Getting used to a new operating system

Posted on January 31, 2017 at 10:37 pm

Many of us use a computer in our work and home life and most home PC’s run off Windows or Mac software. If you have a Windows PC you will probably have been prompted to upgrade to Windows 10 in the past 18 months.

Windows often release updates to their operating system and then once in a while they will release a whole new version of Windows. Windows 8 was a big change from Windows 7 and after a while many people got used to it. Windows 10 was offered as a free upgrade if done within the first 12 months and many people took advantage of this offer. Windows 10 followed the same theme as Windows 8 but many people said that some of the functions that were in 8 were removed in 10.

For some, this was frustrating as they had just got used to the new functions and then they were removed. Windows 10 also seems to have been released without being fully tested, so initially there were a lot of bugs found that required patches to be released by Windows to fix them.

Getting used to a new operating system can be tricky and it is always advisable to try and demo the new version first, or if this is not possible, watch a video to see what the advantages are to upgrading.

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