This page contains several articles curated around the topic of upgrading to Windows 10. The articles are sorted in blocks of related content to make it easier to locate the content that you need.
Unsure about upgrading to Windows 10?
If you do not want to upgrade anytime soon, you can stop Windows 10 from automatically downloading in the background on Windows 7 and 8. You can remove the pushy ‘Get Windows 10’ app and even stop the Windows 10 upgrade prompts using the GWX Control Panel.
Things you can (or should) do before upgrading to Windows 10
Clean Install or Upgrade to Windows 10
We can all hope for a flawless and smooth upgrade, but reality is, things break. It is possible that the upgrade setup fails to start or it starts and you run into some common upgrade issues. There are a few things you can do to troubleshoot the update issues, and hopefully, your setup would complete without any more problems.
Upgrade complete. Now what?
Now that you have completed the upgrade to Windows 10, there is one optional maintenance task that you can do. That is to clean up the now unneeded files that we used during setup and free up disk space. Of course, you can do it at any later time as well.
Next up: Tweak settings, customize the interface and get to know more about the new OS for a personalized, current user experience on Windows 10.