Saturday, 31 October 2015

Microsoft Will Offer Windows 10 Through Windows Update

Microsoft will soon be on computers running Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 start offering Windows 10 through Windows Update. It is primarily an optional update. According to Microsoft, this should make it easier for users to switch to the new operating system.

Early next year, the Windows 10 update will appear as "recommended update" will be offered. Depending on the Windows Update settings, this may mean that the upgrade takes place automatically. Before the actual installation is running, users have the ability to break down the system or put through. After installing Windows 10 users have 31 days to let restore the previous operating system and the latest version of Windows do not like Microsoft as late Terry Myerson know.


There soon a new version of the Media Creation Tool, Microsoft software to witness a DVD or USB stick from which Windows 10 can be installed. Now there are between 32- and 64-bit and Windows version such as Home or Pro are selected, but later allows users to create a single image to make it all installations.

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