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Automatic Updates to Windows 10: Things You Should Know

February 25, 2016 Business, Opinion No Comments
Ran Eytan

Ran Eytan

Computing Corner

By Ran Eytan

Looking ahead to March, Computing Corner offers some important advice about Windows 10. Reports suggest that Microsoft will automatically install Windows 10  on its Windows 7 and 8 computers sometime in the middle of March. The default on these computers is set to Windows automatic updates, meaning that if the user doesn’t take any action to stop it, Windows 10 will be downloaded and installed without clarifying the major changes involved.

My recommendation is not to upgrade. Customers who have already done the upgrade experienced several serious problems. After the switch to Windows 10,  printers did not function properly, favorites got lost and the computer itself couldn’t be shut down completely. Businesses have found this move to Windows 10 particularly problematic.

I predict that in the future Windows 10 will become a very good operation system. Luckily for now, it’s easy to disable and prevent this update to Windows 10.

Follow the simple steps in the video below:

If you have any questions, please call Ran at Computers To Go, LLC. 7 days-a –week from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at 860-693-4049

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