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I guess this goes for Precision Workstation also. I have a Dell All-in-One purchased in March I upgraded to Windows 10 free upgrade in about ? All went well and I was very happy. Then in Jan my computer would NOT work. I took it over to the Microsoft Store and they told me that my Dell was one of the Dell’s that was not compatible with Windows I said to myself and outloud what the heck are you talking about?? It has worked for over a year running Windows They had no reply for me except that they could restore me back to Windows 7 and that was all that they could do.

I was so mad, but what could I do? I’m not a computer wiz!! I returned home, having left my Dell at Microsoft to be restored back to Windows 7. I looked up Dell Computers on my phone and sure enough my All-in-One was one of the Dell computers that was not compatible with Windows It doesn’t help that I have loved all 3 Dells that I have owned.

I hope that this response helps in some way. I know that it makes no sense, but I guess you’d have to ask Dell why they made some computers that were more stupid than others.

I’m sure it was just another way to make more money!!! First thing to do is to make sure that you have the correct system requirements and that your Computer Manufacturer supplies the correct Drivers for 10 for your Model Number. If you read those Microsoft’s system requirements for 10, you will find that if you only go on them you will be sadly disappointed in performance.

Dell computers tested for Windows 10 November Update and previous versions of Windows Use the Windows 10 media creation tool on the Software download page. When your free upgrade to 10 was originally activated Microsoft will have kept the Hardware Configuration details of your device on their Servers for recognition purposes if you have to reinstall Bill – I have learned my lesson. I would never have thought that my Dell All-in-One was not compatible with Windows I wouldn’t have even “thought” to think about that.

Choose where you want to search below Search Search the Community. Search the community and support articles Windows Windows 7 Search Community member. I have the same question 2. Report abuse. Details required :. Cancel Submit. Bill Smithers Volunteer Moderator. You can take your chances and upgrade without doing compatibility checks, but I wouldn’t. And you may not get 10 for free. I suggest that you read all of this.

For reasonable performance should have at least: 2 gigahertz GHz or faster processor. Thanks for your feedback. How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. Or it’s a loophole or a bug or whatever it is called and exploiting it is illegal?

To answer your question, as long as you upgrade your Windows using Microsoft website, it is legit. No need to worry about it.

Was this reply helpful? Yes No. Sorry this didn’t help. As I mentioned earlier, I upgraded my Windows using the official tool , downloaded from Microsoft.

Legit upgrade, I agree, no one can judge me I asked Microsoft why the Windows 10 free upgrade offer seemingly has not ended completely as announced. A spokesperson, reiterating that the Windows 10 free upgrade offer has ended, provided the following statement today:. It looks like going back to Windows 7 or paying for Windows 10 is the thing to do next unless something official about the legitimacy of that free upgrade is provided.

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– Windows 7 pro to windows 10 freefree

 

The free upgrade from Windows 7 to 10 expired three years ago. But call Microsoft and ask them whether they will still give you a free upgrade. If you ask nicely, they may allow it. So my dilemma is to take the chance and remain with Windows 7, replace 5 PC’s, or find a way to get them upgraded to Windows 10 for free or minimal cost.

It’s true that if you stay with Windows 7, you won’t get any further security upgrades from Microsoft. However you can continue to get security updates from free third-party security software that you should choose to use. So if your risk goes up, it goes up only slightly. As far as I’m concerned, Windows 10 is a better choice than Windows 7, and that’s a good reason to upgrade. Replacing the computers is not a good choice unless they are incompatible. Even if they are incompatible as I said, unlikely you may be able to do a hardware upgrade and replace the incompatible components rather than buying all new computers.

You can talk to Microsoft if you want to, but I caution you that they will undoubtedly say that you have to upgrade to A Microsoft representative will say that because he works for Microsoft. Again, upgrading is a choice, but not a requirement. And as far as I’m concerned, your IT provider’s viewpoint is also slanted; I’d be very wary of trusting what they say.

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You can find out more and change our default settings with Cookie Settings. By Rob LeFebvre. Rob LeFebvre. He has been a technology writer for more than 12 years with articles appearing in Apps, Cult of Mac, Engadget, and more. Cancel Submit. Bill Smithers Volunteer Moderator. You can take your chances and upgrade without doing compatibility checks, but I wouldn’t.

And you may not get 10 for free. I suggest that you read all of this. For reasonable performance should have at least: 2 gigahertz GHz or faster processor. Thanks for your feedback. How satisfied are you with this reply?

Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. Thank you i an on with a live chat doing the step by step. A version of 10 that worked a couple of years ago may not work on the same computer today with the latest version of 10 as Microsoft has been bringing out twice yearly feature updates for 10 that has caused ongoing problems over the years.

It’s not Dell’s fault that Microsoft keeps changing the Windows 10 operating system. A lot of people consider 10 to be in permanent Beta testing because of Microsoft’s “great” idea of continually changing it. Bill – I didn’t realize that it was Microsoft’s change in operating systems in re Windows 10 that caused my Dell to work for a year plus 6 months then quit.

I was tired last night and didn’t quite catch the gist of what you were saying. Am I correct in assuming I know no one should assume anything-I know the joke that there are other computer manufacturers whose computers were not able to or eventually were not able to run Windows 10??

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