The Jakarta Post
Upgrading your PC to Windows 10 is easy as long as you have stable internet connection and a license to install Windows 10, among other things. (Shutterstock/Stanislaw Mikulski)
It’s time to finally bid farewell to operating system Windows 7 which has been around for 11 years.
Starting from Jan. 14, Microsoft is discontinuing the operating system’s technical assistance and software updates that play an important role in keeping your computers from harm.
According to a statement, the decision was taken as the company needed to focus on other new technologies.
For those still using Windows 7, Microsoft suggests that users upgrade to Windows 10 by January at the latest in case you need further support or service.
According to kompas.com, upgrading to Windows 10 is not that difficult as long as users have a stable internet connection, a license to install Windows 10 and other requirements, including 1 GB of RAM for the operating system's 32-bit version and an SVGA monitor with a screen resolution of 800x600 pixels.
Here are steps that users can follow to upgrade their software:
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