Microsoft will just released its latest Windows OS (Windows 10) on 29th of July, 2015. If you are already running Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8 or 8.1, the upgrade is free as long as you have genuine licence.
Microsoft has released an update utility that will let Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1 users to reserve their free copy and get notify and download their copy for the upgrade when it’s available.
This post is the step-by-step details of how to check if your computer is ready for Windows 10 and reserve your copy.
Reserve your Windows 10 upgrade
• Log on to the computer.
On the system tray, at the far right you will see a Windows flag icon
Follow the wizard to complete the reservation.
Checking your system for Windows 10 upgrade
• Click the button with the arrow and Click the “Check your PC” below “Getting the upgrade” to start the scan.
The system that I run this utility on is ready for the upgrade, if there is an issue with one of your software programs or device drivers, it will be listed.
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