July 29th will be the last day when people will be able to upgrade Windows 7 and 8 to Windows 10 for free. Upgrading the operating system will help you get rid of many bugs.
But some people are fond of the previous Microsoft Windows systems so they do not want to switch to an upgraded version. Despite the fact that Windows 10 has some flaws, it is still the best operating system developed until now.
Some users complained about the fact that Windows 8 colored Start screen is not so trendy, but the new Windows seems to have a better interface. Even if it has the same primary ideas as Windows 8, people will find the new desktop version more appealing.
Compared with Windows 8, the upgraded version provides users with the comeback of the Start menu. Also, the Windows Store apps will be easier to access from desktop, resized, and even deleted like any other digital feature.
Other good news consists of the fact that the Windows 10 interface will be quite familiar with Windows 7, so PC fans will most likely enjoy the upgrade. Plus, Windows 10 has better storage management tools, secure file version recovery, and an improved high-DPI monitor support compared with previous operating systems such as Windows 7 and 8.
Concerning Windows Updates, the new system will allow the user to distribute patches across the local network through means of peer-to-peer technology. More importantly, anyone will be able to schedule updates to run whenever they want.
Users who will make the upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 10 will be impressed by how smooth Windows 10 runs compared to its previous version. If you also have an SSD, every feature will work at a significantly faster rate.
Concerning security, experts have come to the conclusion that Windows 10 is substantially more secure than Windows 7 thanks to the Windows Firewall and the Microsoft’s Windows Defender antivirus software.
It is worth mentioning that low-level rootkits will no longer be a problem because Windows 10 comes with a UEFI Secure Boot that protects the PC from ‘infections’ and dangerous websites. DirectX has always been a core component of Microsoft’s features, so the company developed a new generation of DirectX12 which would only be available for Windows 10 devices.