Updating windows operating system
Buying a new PC with up-to-date hardware specifications and Windows 10 already installed (and then using a data-transfer program to move your files to the new computer) obviously costs more, but it provides many more years of Microsoft support and system updates.You could also just keep using your current system if you are happy with it.However, keep in mind that Windows Vista, which was released in 2006, is approaching the end of its planned life cycle next year.Microsoft’s extended support for the system ends on April 11, 2017. Windows Vista is not mentioned in most articles about updating a computer to Windows 10 because Vista is not included in Microsoft’s free upgrade offer for the new operating system.
The next-generation operating system needs at least 1GB of RAM, between 16 GB and 20 GB of free storage, and a display with a resolution of at least 800 x 600 pixels.
Users complained about file transfers being slower than Windows XP, video games were sluggish, and on-screen prompts constantly pestered PC owners.