Thursday, February 4, 2016


Be Aware, Not Paranoid
Microsoft is ramping-up their efforts to encourage Windows 7 and 8 users to install the Windows 10 upgrade. However, you still have the ultimate control over whether or not to allow Windows 10 to install.
You may be reading stories about how Windows 10 will now be forced upon you, but that's just not true. Yet. Or ever.
And if by some chance you did approve the installation of the Windows 10 upgrade, you have 30 days to go back to Windows 7 or 8. Ask if you want help.
Now, when should you go to Windows 10? Understand that you never have to install the upgrade - you can stick with Windows 7 or 8 as long as you like and Microsoft will be supporting both into 2020, and they will both work far beyond that time. I'm sticking with Windows 7 for a few more months, at least. There are a few things I do like about Windows 10, but more that I don't like so I'm staying put.
If you think you're ready to make the change, read this first:…/10-things-to-think-about-bef…
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If you're still not sure, call, email or text and we'll chat.
Cathy Contant 315-573-4905

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