Free Upgrade to Windows 10: Gains and Losses

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  1. “not all devices will be able to run Windows 10. There will hardware mismatches”
    How would Windows users know if their existing hardware (eg. laptop manufactured in 2010) is compatible with Win 10 ? Would Microsoft be rolling out a hardware compatibility check via Windows Update ? Would users of laptops (whose hardware is difficult to upgrade) be forced to buy new machines in order to use Win 10 ?

    “Businesses have to make arrangements to upgrade to Windows 10 within one year of its release”
    How about government organizations ? Some governments around the world are still using Win XP or Win Vista. Even at relatively advanced IT hubs like Singapore, the govt there finally upgraded to Win Vista only in 2011.

  2. What I find funny is if its not Microsoft who try so hard to upgrade their users whether it be consumer or organisation people would still using Windows XP. Which in my opinion are not get benefited of evolved modern windows and its potential.

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