July 29th is the official release date of Windows 10, and some of you might be wondering what exactly that will mean for your business. The main benefit that will come with Windows 10 is ease of use. This will increase your employee’s productivity and essentially save your company money. Especially if your copy of Windows 10 is free.
Free? Everyone keeps saying that Windows 10 is going to be free, but that can’t be real, can it? The truth is, Windows 10 will be free, however, Microsoft is planning at this point to offer the upgrade to any Windows 7 or Windows 8, Pro or Core machines that connect to Windows Update. Software Assurance is the other half of the equation. Customers can upgrade Windows 7 and Windows 8 computers “for free” if still covered under SA. This means companies need to ensure:
If you have an older computer running Windows Vista or an older version of Windows, you won’t be able to receive the free upgrade, but if you’re running a computer that’s far too old, you might want to upgrade and buy a new one, anyway.
When Microsoft says Windows 10 will be user friendly, they’re referring to the wide range of added features, such as:
Windows 10 brings a host of multitasking, productivity, and collaboration features designed to improve the way your company operates, one device at a time.
PC Help Services can guide you through this transition. For more information about Windows 10, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (317) 585-0500.
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