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Windows released its newest operating system, "Windows 10," back in July 2015. Since then it has become a popular OS, and is found running on most PCs. It is constantly updated, and overall has been pretty well received. As of November 2017 it was running on some 600 million devices, and in 2018 Windows 10 become more widespread than Windows 7, thereby becoming the most single used Windows version overall. But just because many people have it does not mean everyone has it. The good news is if you have not yet upgraded to Windows 10 you still can.
Here's what you should know
When Windows was first released, Microsoft's upgrade tool (GWX) was delivered via Windows Update to eligible computers. The free upgrade offer officially ended July 30, 2016, and the upgrade tool was removed. Now, using the Media Creation Tool from the Windows 10 download site, you can choose to upgrade your PC immediately or download a copy of the latest version of Windows 10 to install later. Download the file to a USB flash drive, a DVD, or as an ISO file to your hard drive. You'll need roughly 4GB of space for the 64-bit version, and about 3GB for the 32-bit version. read more on our Forum