As business professionals, it’s imperative that you keep your organization's technology up to date with the latest operating systems and software patches, as lapses of network security can be devastating. Microsoft has released its newest Operating System: Windows 10. To entice users to upgrade to their new offering, Microsoft is offering a free upgrade to those who currently use Windows 7 and Windows 8.1.
What does this mean for your business? To say the least, it’s now more economically viable to be running the most recent software on your PCs than ever before. On Line Support wants to help your business take advantage of this opportunity before it’s too late.
Do You Qualify For a Free Windows 10 Upgrade?
Not Every Person or Business Will Qualify.
Windows 10 Free Upgrades are available for for all new or existing Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and and Windows Phone 8.1 Devices that upgrade in the first year. That is, if a legitimate Windows license is attached to device being upgraded.
Eligible for a FREE Upgrade:
NOT Eligible for a free upgrade:
What's New with Windows 10?
Features for tech veterans and new users alike.
Microsoft is combining the metro interface from Windows 8 with the familiar Start menu and desktop functionality of Windows 7, making Windows 10 an exceptionally user-friendly operating system for all Windows users.
New features of Windows 10 include:
There are some reasons to wait a few months before upgrading to Windows 10.
Your business should be taking advantage of the latest software solutions in order to increase productivity and efficiency. We can help you ease your business’ transition to a new operating system. Contact On Line Support today at 360.993.0600 today to find out how we can present your organization with our valuable IT services and solutions.
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