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    Upgrade to W10

    See attachment.
    Would I have any problem upgrading to Windows 10 with this version of
    Windows 7 Professional installed.
    I purchased this from a reputable Computer shop, which they installed. This was
    an upgrade from XP.
    Many thanks

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    I don't see why not.
    If anything, you could try reserving W10 via WU and find out a bit more definitively.
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    AFAIK any version of W7 or 8 is eligible for the free upgrade.
    If you've loaded all the Windows updates you should see the Windows 10 upgrade reservation icon in the tray.
    https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/wind...ows-10-upgrade

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    Have no Windows 10 upgrade reservation in the tray at this stage.

    Would this version of Windows 7 I have installed be an Enterprise version?
    I am not a System builder just a home user

    Thanks?
    Last edited by DaveBRenn; 2015-06-22 at 14:23.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveBRenn View Post
    Have no Windows 10 upgrade reservation in the tray at this stage.
    Would this version of Windows 7 I have installed be an Enterprise version?
    I am not a System builder just a home user
    Thanks?
    Right-click Computer/My Computer/This PC and click Properties, will give your version. I've updated my older Notebooks with Win7 and didn't get the GWX [Get Windows X/10] icon so ran the script that was posted and got the icon, it takes awhile. See if one of the pages here will help:
    http://www.tenforums.com/gtsearch.ph...=1534j355538j8

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    Thanks all. Will try.
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