It was just last year that Microsoft introduced Windows 10, its latest operating system (OS). For those operating on Windows 8.1, this meant the option to upgrade to the most recent version and all the frills that come with that. But upgrading to Windows 10 isn’t necessarily mandatory; at least it hasn’t been traditionally. And everyone has his or her own preference when it comes to which system he or she like best or is most comfortable with.
With this version of Windows, Microsoft has been a bit more insistent about users upgrading. They have made the OS “recommended,” meaning the files are automatically downloaded to user’s hard drive, although permission must still be given to accept the end user license agreement (EULA) which starts the installation. With that said, there are reasons for and against immediately upgrading to Windows 10. Read more