Windows 10: Any way to upgrade baytrail Win 8.1 to any version of Win 10?


  1. Posts : 12
    Win 8, Win 10, Android 4.4
       21 Jun 2015 #1

    Any way to upgrade baytrail Win 8.1 to any version of Win 10?


    I'm getting a factory installed dual boot Win 8.1/Android 4.4 tablet that has an Intel Baytrail Z3735F processor. Will I be able to upgrade the Win 8.1 to any version of Windows 10, be it original full or mobile versions?

    Thanks.
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  2.    21 Jun 2015 #2

    Hard to say for sure, but if this has some kind of option to switch between Windows and Android then that option may cause issues.. (It's a guess, I don't know). It should be upgradeable though if it runs 8.1 and is an x86/64 CPU (WindowsRT/ARM based systems are not upgradeable).
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  3. Posts : 12
    Win 8, Win 10, Android 4.4
    Thread Starter
       21 Jun 2015 #3

    Mystere said: View Post
    It should be upgradeable though if it runs 8.1 and is an x86/64 CPU (WindowsRT/ARM based systems are not upgradeable).
    I just looked it up. It's an Adom processor - which it looks like is x86/x64 based. My tablet comes in, in a week so I'll have to try it and report back.

    Thanks.
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