With Windows 7 end of life fast approaching, it’s time to consider upgrading.

Windows 7 support is set to end on the 14th of January 2020. This means computer running windows 7 will no longer receive crucial security updates, leaving them vulnerble to being exploited by hackers and malware.

The Solutiuon

The best solution is to upgrade your PC to Windows 10 and at the same time upgrade to a super fast, Solid State Drive. As long as you have a valid windows 7 license, you can still perform a free upgrade to Windows 10. To do so, you’ll have to download the latest windows 10 ISO from microsofts website, you can then run the Windows 10 Setup from within windows 7 and select the option to upgrade.

Pitfalls

Windows 10 has proven to be a lot more demanding on hard drives than windows 7 was. As a result, people often notice a drastic reduction in performance of their PC after upgrading to Windows 10. This can be easily remedied by upgrading your Hard Drive to a modern, high speed Solid State Drive.

Let the Experts do it for you!

If you don’t feel comfortable doing the upgrade yourself, take advantage of our Windows 10 and SSD upgrade combos! We’ll upgrade your exisitng Windows installation to the latest version of Windows 10 and then we will migrate all of your data from your exising Hard Drive to and brand new Solid State Drive.

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