There's no use putting it off. Here's why you should upgrade now
If you have Windows, you probably have received prompting to upgrade to Windows 10. You should. Here's why:
For work, Windows 10 features not only the tiled interface of Windows 8, but also the desktop interface of Windows 7, and it runs all of the same apps as Windows XP and Windows 7. Therefore, there is no learning curve for using the interface (whether you upgrade from Windows 7 or 8) or for the programs you may use regularly, such as Word and Excel. Additionally, the release of Windows 10 does not include any serious bugs or hiccups, and Windows 10 is nimble enough to install and run on all but the oldest, more dated hardware.
Windows 10 is a free upgrade, whether you are upgrading from XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, or even if you want to dual-boot it on a Mac.
Finally, the most compelling reasons to upgrade: security and support. Windows...