*FREE* Upgrade to windows 10 : So, you would have already gone through the regular requests from Microsoft to update your operating system and you must be wondering that i should do it or not. What is preventing you from getting the update is the fact that you want to retain your old files and folders. But don’t worry, we would be providing you with a complete process of upgrading to windows 10 without losing your files and folders. Upgrading an operating system is always a tedious task as it requires lots of steps and patience. The good news is that updating to the new Windows 10 is not that tough and requires just a few clicks. But before updating there are a few requirements which your device must meet:
• Your device should have Windows 7 or Windows 8 as its operating system.• You should have a 1GHz CPU• 1GB or 2GB RAM• 16GB or 20GB of hard disk space• DirectX 9-capable video card along with WDDM driver
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If you meet all the above requirements, your device is ready for an update. So below you can find a step by step process on how to update to windows 10 :
1. First of all, if you are running windows 7 then you would have to go to start, then control panel, then system and security and there you will find the Windows update icon. On the other hand if you are running Windows 8 then you would have to go to start, then PC settings, update and recovery and there you can get the Windows update icon. This way you would be able to download the upgrade installer.
4. Before final installation you will see the below window. It would show you what actions you have chosen by default. In case you want to change your action you can click on the icon named ‘change what to keep’. This way, you would be redirected to another window.
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8. If you choose to customize settings then you will see the following page with two headings namely personalization and location. After making changes click ‘Next’ which would take you to another page of customize settings.
11. And this is what the Windows 10 desktop looks like.