From The Verge, a publication you should be reading as well if you are into tech, a put out an article recently that discusses “two big Windows 10 updates planned for 2017”. Many of our San Francisco Bay Area Business clients are transitioning to Windows 10, so they will see the benefits of the new Windows 10 Anniversary Update. In this article and video from Tom Warren with the Verge. This article more importantly discusses the new Windows 10 Anniversary update and what features are included with it. Some of the features includes: Windows Ink, Edge Extensions, Cortana Updates and as it is catching up with other platforms, it now has the ability to mirror the screen (Like an Android) to your device and your phone. The video on this link, also goes into to other features that come with the Windows 10 Anniversary update.
To see this article from the Verge, please go to the following link: http://www.theverge.com/2016/8/5/12385240/microsoft-windows-10-redstone-updates-2017
Windows 10 Free Upgrade no longer available.
As many of you know, the chance to upgrade your desktops to Windows 10 for free is no longer available. As of July 29th, 2016, you can no longer upgrade from Windows 7 or 8 or 8.1 to Windows 10 for free. You have to now purchase it outright or get when you purchase a new workstation. For our clients that are still using Windows 7, this is OK, because it is still better and more stable than the newer Operating Systems. Just in case you were wondering, Windows 7 is still good till
Here is the Upgrade to Windows 10: FAQ with the latest info: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/12435/windows-10-upgrade-faq