Microsoft begins selling Windows ten operating system on July 29, 2015, with an all new web browser Microsoft Edge, Cortana digital personal assistant, and the old expandable start menu was brought back. You can upgrade to Windows ten from Windows seven with service pack one and Windows 8.1 operating systems. Your computer will need a one Gigahertz processor or faster.
One gigabyte of RAM for a 32 bit version or two gigabytes of RAM for a 64 bit version is required. Disk space requirement is sixteen gigabytes of space for 32 bit version or twenty gigabytes of space for 64 bit version of Microsoft Windows ten. A graphics card needs compatibility with Direct X nine or later with WDDM 1.0 driver support.
Your computer’s display will need to support 800 x 600 at a minimum. On Windows 7 service pack one and Windows 8.1 machines you will be able to run “Get Windows 10” to see if your computer is compliant to upgrade. There is a “Check my PC” feature that will scan your computer.
Your applications, files, and settings will migrate during this upgrade. However, depending on compatibility some applications and settings may not migrate. Windows Media Center will be removed depending on what specific version of Windows 7 SP1 or 8.1 you have installed.
You will need to install third party software in order to play DVD movies. Windows seven desktop gadgets will be removed. Windows ten will upgrade like for like versions of Windows.
For example if you Windows 7 Professional installed then your computer will upgrade to Windows ten Professional. For a more complete list of all system requirements check out Microsoft Windows 10 specifications page. If you buy Windows 10 now you can upgrade for free.
You must upgrade your computer to Windows ten within a year. This is a three gigabyte download and once successfully installed you get Windows ten for free on compatible devices. Check out how to upgrade to windows 10 for free.