Some 270 million devices now run Windows 10. In many cases, that's because their owners had little choice, as the operating system as good as installs itself as a 'critical' Windows Update anyway.
Fighting against change can be for a good reason, but often it's fighting for the sake of fighting. Everybody moaned about many aspects of Windows 7, nobody liked Windows 8, so why not at least consider moving with the times?
Here's 10 reasons why Windows 10 should be the operating system for you.
10. It's free
OK, we don't know for how long and we don't know the Machiavellian plots driving Microsoft's business plan, but for now, and for the foreseeable future, Windows 10 doesn't cost you anything (as a home user), and that's very nice.
It's as free as Linux and iOS but, unlike other free operating systems, it does more stuff, has decades of legacy compatibility, and doesn't need any relearning to get stuck into.
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