Computer Type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number me lol OS w10 CPU I5 6600k Motherboard asus z170 ar Memory 16 gig viper Graphics Card asus gtx1070 oc Sound Card onbord Monitor(s) Displays asus 144 hrz
Keyboard corsair k70rgb Mouse m65 rgb PSU corsair 850 Case v51 Cooling h100i gtx Hard Drives 2 intell ssd 500gig 2wd black 1tb Internet Speed 250 down 30 up Browser all Antivirus webbroot
It worked fine on my Windows 7 desktop, but... My Windows 7 desktop computer was not a "well worn" computer, I had only (within 2 months) reinstalled 7 from scratch, so my upgrade went okay other than a small permissions hiccup on the user folders.
I'm more leery to try it on my laptop as it is one of these well worn computers where I think the last time that I reinstalled W7 on it was probably a good 2 1/2 years ago so it's fully cluttered with stuff and I've been reading too many horror stories about upgraded laptops losing access to their touchpads and wifi and Asus saying that they'll try to put out new drivers in the next several weeks.
So the upgrade for me on my desktop went fine overall from Windows 7 to 10. Was it worth it? I don't see why not. It's a relatively small learning curve to find where things now have to be accessed from and my computer still boots in about the same time and still is able to run the programs and games that I installed back in 7.
Computer Type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Home Built OS Windows 10 CPU Amd Phenom II 965 B.E. 3.4GHz Motherboard MSI 970 Gaming Main Board Memory 16 GB DDR3 1600Mhz Graphics Card Nvidia GTX 960 Factory Overclocked Sound Card Creative Monitor(s) Displays Viewsonic Screen Resolution 1920x1080
Keyboard Microsoft 4000 ergonomic Mouse Logitech MX PRO PSU Thermaltake 750W Case Thermaltake Hard Drives Hitachi 185GB Raptor
W.D 650GB Internet Speed 52 Mb Browser Chrome Antivirus Defender
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