Windows 10 Operating System

Do you run Windows 7 or Windows 8 or 8.1 on your computer? There is a good news for you. YOU WILL LOVE WINDOWS 10! But that’s not even the good news though…

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Windows 10 will be available as a free upgrade to people using Windows 7 and Windows 8 & 8.1, enabling hundreds of millions of people around the world to upgrade to Windows 10 for free!

Did I hear you scream “what’s the big deal??!” Well, if you have not bought an Operating System from the market for an upgrade to a previous edition, you would not understand how much you would save for getting a free upgrade to Windows 10.

Now let us take a look at some features…

Over the past six years since Windows 7 was released, Microsoft has made its PC operating system far more intuitive and powerful by packing it with tablet- and smartphone-like features. A lot of those features debuted with Windows 8, but they still weren’t working perfectly. Microsoft went back to the drawing board with Windows 10 to develop an operating system that will be familiar to Windows 7 users but doesn’t compromise on modern features. Windows 10 has a Start Menu, just like Windows 7 — only better.

150220164556-windows-10-start-menu-small-780x439Windows 10 will help people be more productive and have more fun, with a personal and natural experience that works across all their devices. Familiar, yet better than ever, Windows 10 will deliver ongoing feature innovations and security updates. Windows 10 brings back the Start menu people know and love, while enabling them to easily find their files, pinned applications and favorites. Windows 10 starts fast, resumes fast and helps enable batteries to last longer. More secure than ever, Windows 10 includes Windows Hello, Microsoft Passport and Windows Defender for anti-malware protection, and a commitment to deliver free ongoing security updates for the supported lifetime of the device. Optimized for both keyboard and touch, the Windows 10 upgrade is designed to be compatible with Windows devices and applications.

Windows 10 provides some design changes that Windows 7 users will welcome. For example, taskbar icons glow at the bottom when they are opened, but only the app icon that is currently being used is completely highlighted. In Windows 7, all open apps are highlighted, confusingly.

How do you upgrade?
On July 29, 2015 people can get Windows 10 for PCs and tablets by taking advantage of the free upgrade offer, or on new Windows 10 devices. New Windows 8.1 devices will also easily upgrade to Windows 10, and many retail stores will help upgrade new devices. Starting today, people can reserve their free upgrade if they choose. More information is available at Windows.com. You can also contact us at info@sylvudointegrated.com or call +2348071156496 for assistance.

Yes, it’s free. This is a full version of Windows, not a trial or introductory version. It is available for a limited time:  you have one year from the time Windows 10 is available to take advantage of this offer.

Microsoft is making Windows 10 available as free upgrade for qualified Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows Phone 8.1 devices. It will be available starting July 29, 2015; people can reserve their free upgrade today.

You only have until July 29, 2016 to take advantage of this offer. Once you upgrade, you have Windows 10 for free on that device.

Just open the Get Windows 10 app (For devices running Windows 7 SP1 or Windows 8.1 Update with Windows Update enabled, the app shows up automatically as a Windows icon in your system tray at the bottom right-hand side of your screen.) and click reserve.

  • Click on the small Windows icon located at the lower right side of the taskbar.
  • Click ‘Reserve your free upgrade’ when prompted.

There’s no obligation and you can cancel your reservation at any time. After you reserve, Microsoft will download Windows 10 to your device when it’s available. Then Microsoft will notify you when your device is ready to install the upgrade.

The easiest way to get the free upgrade is to reserve, but you can upgrade even if you don’t reserve.

Once Windows 10 is available, Microsoft’ll begin notifying devices that their free upgrade is available. Just open the Get Windows 10 app to schedule your upgrade. Note: Some notifications will go out as soon as Windows 10 is available; others may go out in the weeks or months following.

So get ready for a whole new world of Windows OS. You can contact us for more information.

Email: info@sylvudointegrated.com
phone: +2348071156496

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2 Responses to Windows 10 Operating System

  1. fortespy says:

    Very educative write-up here. Personally I’m looking forward to getting this update as Windows 8.1 has been my daily driver for over 18 months now.

    for those running windows 8.1, you must have installed on your system the Windows 8.1 update pack 2 with code number KB3035583 before you can get the windows 10 update. if you’re not sure if you have this installed, simply swipe from your right side of the screen to reveal the charms bar, click the search icon and type in ‘windows update’.. select the windows update application then a dialog box appears. on the bottom click installed updates… then in the search box on your top right , type in the update code KB3035583. if you have it insatlled it would appear, if it doesn’t then you’ll go to ‘check for updates’ and update all..

    hope this helps

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    • Thank you fortespy for the add.

      More so, it’s imperative to note that this update can only apply to machines and devices that run genuine Microsoft OS Windows 7 and 8.1, otherwise you will never see the opportunity to upgrade.

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