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  • Upgrade to Windows 10

    Upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 10


    From the 14th of January 2020, support for Windows 7 ends.
    Shift to a modern device with Windows 10, the Intel® vPro™ platform, and Microsoft Office 365.

    Why switch to Windows 10?

    Security

    Utilise Window’s most secure software
    – even if a device is stolen

    Increased Productivity

    Multi-task up to 2.1% faster,
    while performing 80% more efficiently

    Reduced Costs

    Stay compatible with 99% of Windows 7 apps, and enjoy free updates

    Mobile

    Connect your phone to
    browse messages, photos and apps

    Microsoft Edge

    Browse faster with a superior battery,
    built for Windows 10.

    Cortana

    Schedule meetings, check traffic and more with a digital assistant

    Browse the Windows 10 Range

    Windows 10 Recommended Devices

    Windows 10 Laptops

    Windows 10 Desktops

    Windows 10 Upgrades: FAQs

    In theory yes, but there are some minimum requirements such as running the latest version (Windows 7 SP1 or Windows 8.1), 1 GHz or faster processor and 1GB RAM for 32-bit machines or 2GB for 64-bit machines.

    Also, did you know that UK businesses waste two business weeks per year due to outdated technology? So whilst upgrading may require financial investment, it will contribute to ongoing efficiencies in terms of team output.

    Upgrading to Windows 10 is no longer free, but a modern device with Windows 10 saves time and money with improved security, faster performance and battery life for a full workday so you’ll recoup your investment in no time!

    It now costs just £129.97 to upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 10. To take advantage of the latest hardware capabilities, we recommend moving to a new PC with Windows 10.

     
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