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10 Reasons to Finally Upgrade to Windows 10

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    10 Reasons to Finally Upgrade to Windows 10

    I've seen a few of these articles floating around so I thought I should post one from How-To Geek to see what you guys think about their reasons. At home I'm already on Windows 10 but at work my boss and I have yet to figure out a game plan for upgrading past Windows 7. All we know so far is it will be a "version" of Windows 10. Let us know what you think in the forum.

    our months into its release, Windows 10 is doing alright, and despite some hiccups, we think it’s about time to upgrade. Here then are ten reasons you might consider making the leap, if you haven’t already.

    Windows 8, with its two disparate interfaces – the new-fangled Start Screen and the venerable desktop – caused great confusion, and all but the most determined users were ever able to find peace with it.

    In many cases, users simply held off on upgrading or reverted to Windows 7. After all, Windows 8 really didn’t offer any compelling advantage over its older, but wildly popular sibling, except maybe a slightly improved desktop experience.
    Why I’m Excited About Windows 10 (And You Should Be Too)
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    At this point, Windows 8 is destined to share a place in history along with Vista (which isn’t as bad as being lumped in there with Windows ME).

    Windows 10 is a a refreshing mix of the best things from Windows 8 while returning to the spirit of Windows 7, and will apparently end up being Microsoft’s last operating system release. Thus, without further ado, here are ten reasons we think you should finally upgrade.

    Source: How-To Geek
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    The only reason for me is DX12 the rest of the stuff is junk IMO, or worse.


      I upgraded from 8.1, and compared to that I find it a huge improvement. I hated the start screen.

      I still use windows 7 at work, and it feels so dated now.


        I hate the new snap system. It's way too pick where you place your windows. You can't system away if you put the window to close to corner. A support engineer said it's to improve multitasking.
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