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Bring your computer or laptop in today, if it is giving too many errors. At Galaxy CPR our trained technicians will be able to reinstall the Operating System on your computer. This process makes the computer in like BRAND NEW condition. The computer will look and work exactly like the day you bought it. Your computer will be cleaned of all the spyware, malware, virus and other infections. All the programs will be removed from the computer. But we will transfer all you data and media. During the reinstall process, we save all your data on flash. After the operating system is newly installed on your device, we transfer the data. Everything you desire to save from your laptop, let us know. It might include pictures, videos, music, documents and other important files. We will perform a FREE diagnostic to see if this procedure is right for your computer.
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Should I upgrade to Windows 10?
With ransomware scares and other worries, is it time you upgraded to Windows 10? We explain what you need to consider if you’re using older hardware and software.
he free upgrade to Windows 10 ended on 29 July 2016. You can still upgrade, of course, but should you? With scare stories of ransomware encrypting files on unsupported versions of Windows, there are certainly reasons to consider it.
Here’s what you need to know about the pros and cons of upgrading to Windows 10.
Which versions of Windows are still supported?
Microsoft is pulled the plug on Windows Vista support on April 11 2017, and Windows XP hasn’t received security patches for a while now. In the wake of multiple ransomware attacks, Microsoft has taken the unusual step of issuing a patch for both operating systems because of the high risk and fact that millions of people are still using these versions of Windows.
However, this has come after computers have been infected, which is why it’s best to use a version of Windows that receives automatic updates that help to protect you (and your files) from disaster.
Windows 8 isn’t supported either, but most machines with Windows 8 should have been updated to Windows 8.1, which is still supported. Windows 7 also receives updates and will until 14 January 2020.
On ending support for Vista, Microsoft said, “the time has come for us, along with our hardware and software partners, to invest our resources towards more recent technologies“, meaning that it will no longer receive Windows security updates, nor will developers offer support for the dated operating system. We advise upgrading to Windows 10 if possible after this date, as you’ll have limited access to new software and may be vulnerable in terms of online security.
How much does it cost to upgrade Windows?
The price will vary from the Windows level you choose. It might cost $99 and up with Galaxy CPR. Your computer will be ready and running the same day!
Can I downgrade Windows 10?
A common question is how easily can you go back to your old OS if you don’t like it. The answer with Windows 10 is that it’s very easy.
Microsoft has built in a simple process that only requires a few clicks to have the system roll back to your previous version of Windows (so long as you haven’t deleted the folder in which the previous version lives).
The roll-back doesn’t always work perfectly, so there is a chance that upgrading and rolling back won’t be a seamless process: bear this in mind if you’re thinking about upgrading just to see whether you like Windows 10. Again, make a FULL backup beforehand to guard against any problems.
What if I have Windows 7 or 8.1?
It’s hard to imagine that Windows 8 will be fondly remembered by anyone. While it has a fine engine at its core, the clumsy interface that favoured touch over traditional mouse and keyboard inputs made it confusing to use at first.
Splitting apps into two desktop environments – modern and classic – gave the whole OS a schizophrenic persona and one that was totally unnecessary as so few decent Modern apps were actually available.
Windows 10 avoids the same pitfalls by returning to a Windows 7 style desktop, complete with a Start Menu that features optional live tiles for those who liked that addition to Windows 8. The Charms bar from ‘8 is no more, instead replaced by a more robust Settings section that is easily available from the Start Menu.
Modern apps run in windows on the desktop, so you don’t notice the difference between them and traditional apps.
Touch hasn’t disappeared entirely, because Windows 10 is also available on tablets and hybrid 2-in-1 devices. And a new feature called Continuum senses what kind of device you are using and adjusts the interface accordingly.
Doesn’t Windows 10 spy on you?
Much has been written on Windows 10’s privacy, or lack of it, but in short, no Windows 10 does not spy on you.
As Microsoft released the Creators Update, it also changed the setup options so users could opt for ‘Basic Level’ of data collection or the ‘Full level’. As Terry Myerson explains in a blog post, the data collected is “necessary to keep your Windows 10 device secure and up to date”.
And for the first time ever, the firm has published a full list of the actual data that’s collected so you can read it for yourself.