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DSL users may find that their Internet connection seems much slower once they have upgraded a computer to Windows 10, or purchased a new computer with Windows 10. This may be due to Windows 10 downloading updates
or sharing updates using what Microsoft calls Windows Update Delivery Optimization.
As you may already be aware, Microsoft has been offering free upgrades to the latest version of Windows (Windows 10) to users of Windows 7 and 8.1. That free upgrade offer ends after today, Friday, July 29, 2016.
For a home user, Windows 10 is considered, by many experts, to be the most secure Windows version, so far. As a result, you may want to consider upgrading before the end of the free upgrade period, that ends today.
If you have not already upgraded, here is some information to help you decide if you want to keep your current version of Windows, or upgrade to Windows 10…
Microsoft’s latest version of Windows, Windows 10, is scheduled to be released, in a few days, on July 29th 2015. This article (click here), about this upcoming new version of Microsoft Windows, has some good reasons to wait to upgrade to Windows 10.
Widomaker recommends waiting to upgrade to Windows 10. Widomaker will not be immediately providing technical support for Windows 10, until additional testing and training has been completed. Widomaker support for Windows 10 will be announced, here, once it is available.