Microsoft released the Windows 10 operating system one year ago and offered it free of charge for qualified, existing Windows 7 and 8.1 users. Over the last year, the new system has resolved the initial bugs and issues that new software deployments typically undergo, and has proven to be a stable, powerful, and extremely customizable operating system. We are also pleased with the upgraded security features inherent in Windows 10.

If you have considered migrating to Windows 10, and are a current Windows 7 or 8.1 user, you may want to take advantage of Microsoft’s free upgrade before it expires on the software’s one-year anniversary, July 29, 2016. After July 29, a Windows 10 Pro upgrade will cost $199.
Before you upgrade… some things to consider: