Spring is sprung, the sun is out and Microsoft's offer to users of Windows Vista, 7, 8/8.1 to upgrade free to Windows 10 will soon expire.
Plenty have already made the move. The firm revealed at the Build conference last week that 270 million machines have already upgraded, some perhaps not by choice.
But that still leaves millions more yet to update. So assuming you haven't already done so, either consciously or by accident, perhaps you're thinking now's the time? Well, maybe, maybe not. Here's 10 reasons why you should hold off on that Windows 10 update, for now at least.
This is the perennial 'will they, won't they?' question when upgrading any new operating system, providing a frisson of excitement when it hopefully restarts to present you with a nice, shiny, new operating system. Or not.
Video drivers will invariably be the number one 'pain point', followed by drivers for printers and scanners. Users have also reported mouse and soundcard compatibility problems and Wi-Fi drivers not working.
So, if you really must update to Windows 10 at least do some thorough research on all the hardware involved because you may not be able to use that peripherial again.
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