It seems like an increasing number of people are now upgrading to Windows 10 – and there is also a growing amount that are jumping from Windows 7, and bypassing Windows 8.
This is according to Christopher Riley, CEO of The Notebook Company, who says: “We have seen a double digit increase in upgrades to Windows 10 from our client base over the past few months. Personally, I like it so far – and haven’t picked up any problems. It certainly works nicely, with good functionality, and is much easier to navigate than windows 8 – which was not a popular OS.
“The only thing which is perhaps a negative point is that you cannot put the updates off like with other OSs. So for people who are always using mobile broadband it works out a tad expensive,” Riley says.
At this juncture it is not known how long the latest operating system will remain free, Riley adds.