The Windows 10 upgrade is free for qualified Windows 7 devices, but you must upgrade within the one year of availability, before July 29, 2016. You can also create a USB drive or DVD to upgrade multiple Windows computers.
Windows 10 brought back the Start menu similar to Windows 7, but this new software starts up 28 percent faster and comes with more security features. Working hands-free on this computer is easy by using the new personal digital assistant Cortana, which is able to find files and helps manage your calendar. Another feature includes creating multiple desktops to help stay organized with your work.