Should You Download Windows 10 Or Stick To Windows 7, 8?
Microsoft has been bugging Windows users to download Windows 10 ever since the operating system has been launched. The constant reminders to do so have annoyed many of the users who are still using old operating systems. What about the ones who have already updated their systems? The reason of annoyance is something else. Rest assured, everyone is annoyed.Advertisement
Why are Windows 10 users annoyed? The constant updates and the upcoming ads are the main reason. Microsoft is postponing pushing the update to mobile phones, but when it comes to desktops, every now and then there is a new update waiting to be installed. If not, your system either starts acting weird or restarts while you are working.
If you are already using Windows 10, then you must be aware that the brand has now started pushing ads on the operating system, whether you’re connected to the internet or not. Having said that, updates and reminders to download aside, it is Microsoft’s best operating system till date.
It is safe to say that Windows 10 is the Android for desktops. Windows Store gives you an unlimited number of options for apps which includes music, games, movies and TV. Cortana is another feature this latest OS is loved for. This digital assistant has given search a new meaning altogether.
Windows 7 and Windows 8 are our familiar OS and the functionality it brings adhere to our comfort levels. People who are not tech-freaks or to whom technology does not matter at all would like to stick to these operating systems. Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 are the operating systems of yesterday.
The tech world has changed a lot, and if you wish to keep yourself updated and move along with the rest of the world, download Windows 10. Microsoft is not giving you any other alternative.
There is no issue continuing with Windows 7 or Windows 8. These are the systems we have grown comfortable with. The only problem with not upgrading Windows 7 or Windows 8 is that eventually, Microsoft will stop supporting these old versions of Windows, and by the time you decide to try Windows 10, Microsoft would have a price tag for it.
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