Windows 10 is finally here, Free Upgrade Available in 190 Countries Today

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It’s official: Windows 10 is finally here. If you’re part of the Windows Insider program, it probably was a crazy journey. Microsoft has delivered a handful of builds, and we’ve seen how the OS evolved over the last couple of months.

So how do you get Windows 10?

If you’re an existing Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 user and you have reserved Windows 10, your PC will soon install Windows 10 and it’ll be running the latest and last version of Windows. And if you don’t get Windows 10 yet, just wait for it and it’ll be available for you soon as Microsoft is delivering the update in waves.

If you don’t own a legit copy of Windows or don’t use Windows at all, you can get Windows 10 Home from Amazon here and Windows 10 Pro from Amazon here.

Microsoft Store is also selling a couple of PCs running Windows 10, and you can checkout their collection of Windows 10 devices here.

Upgrade or wait?

Windows 10 is a really good operating system – and it’s indeed better than Windows 8 and Windows 8.1. Should you upgrade? If you’re fine with some tiny bugs but want to try out Windows 10 as soon as possible, I’d recommend installing it on the first day – if possible. However, if you’re concerned about driver issues and other compatibility issues, I’d recommend you to wait a few weeks or months until those issues get fixed.

Is it good?

Personally, I think Windows 10 is miles better than Windows 8 and Windows 8.1. Our full Windows 10 review is already live, and you can check out the full review here.

Get the latest Windows 10 news

If you want to stay updated with the latest Windows 10 news, don’t fret – we’ve got you covered. We have been covering all the Windows 10 news so far – from app updates to tiny security updates, we’ve covered everything — and you can find our whole coverage of Windows here!

So, are you upgrading soon or are you waiting? Also, what do you think of Windows 10? Discuss everything Windows 10 in the comment section below.

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