[BCAB] Windows 10
andrew at hodgson.io
Mon Oct 7 20:16:08 BST 2019
In addition to what Ben says Windows 7 is out of support in January 2020 so will get no security updates. Depending on how old the system is now as well it may be worth looking to get a new system and transfer that way, Windows 10 originally being available in 2015, however it is certainly possible to do the upgrade.
Also bear in mind updates to software like JFW which is something to take into account.
From: Ben Mustill-Rose <ben at benmr.com>
Sent: 07 October 2019 19:12
To: BCAB Discussion List <bcab at lists.bcab.org.uk>
Subject: Re: [BCAB] Windows 10
It probably won't be completely painless if you attempt it yourself.
I'd suggest taking it to a local shop or using one of the people on this list who perform computer repairs / upgrades for blind people.
The upgrade its self is still actually free so anything you'd be paying would be covering the persons time.
On 10/7/19, Colin Phelan <Colin_Phelan at pmlgroup.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> My laptop runs Windows 7 and things are starting to happen that is
> leading me to believe it is time to switch to Windows 10.
> Is this a simple upgrade process and does it involve handing over cash?
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