The era of Windows 7 is over, upgrade to Windows Ten for free

The era of Windows 7 is over, upgrade to Windows Ten for free

Microsoft has just shut down Windows 7. Windows 7, which went public ten years ago in October 2009, is now dead. It is said that Windows 7 was a solid operating system, with millions of computers still running on it.

What if you are still running Windows 7 on your device? So you can still run the computer on this operating system. But from a security standpoint, this is not going to be good. Because Microsoft will no longer bring any security updates and fixes for Windows Seven.

Because of this, your computer will always be at risk. But Microsoft is still offering users a free upgrade to Windows Ten. The company has removed its special upgrade offer site but has activated Windows Ten's license for users upgrading to Windows 7 and 8.1.

If your laptop or PC supports the minimum requirements of Windows Ten, it is possible to upgrade it from Microsoft's site. But upgrading from Windows 7 to Ten can erase your apps and settings. So you can put your files and important data somewhere else before upgrading.

Because of the differences between Windows 7 and Ten, upgrading these apps and settings may not be safe. Windows 8.1 can be upgraded in the same way. But it does not erase the user's apps and settings.

How to upgrade Windows 7 to Windows 10?

Make a backup of your important documents, apps, and data first.

Visit the site to download Microsoft's Windows 10.

Run the app by selecting 'Download Tool Now' in the Create Windows Ten Installation Media section.

Then select 'Upgrade this PC name'.

There you will be asked if you want to keep your personal file or keep the start fresh. (Remember that whatever you ask there you are upgrading to Windows Ten. So all the apps and settings are sure to be deleted.)

Once the upgrade is complete, you'll need a Windows 10 digital license. Which you will find in Activation by going to Update & Security in Settings.