A second happy Windows 10 upgrade customer is a pastor friend of mine. One of his church laptops was "accidentally" updated by someone there. The pastor called me in a panic and said he needed help quickly because after the upgrade, one of the two projectors run by this laptop was not working correctly in their church sanctuary. It worked fine before the Windows upgrade and it worked fine with another Windows 7 laptop, so he knew the upgrade is what was causing his problem. I scheduled a time to remote into his computer today to trouble shoot his issues, check settings, drivers, etc but when I called, I could not reach him. I left a message and 10 minutes later I got a text, "I fixed it! I love Windows 10!! I was able to find and figure out the settings I needed and thought I was good to go. Then I discovered I had no sound, but again, I was easily able to find some settings that I messed with and got my own computer fixed."
If your computer is running Windows 8 and you don't like it...upgrade, don't hate! If you don't like techie stuff or if you're worried about your upgrade, let me help you. I posted this to help you prepare your computer before upgrading which would be good to read if you want to attempt the upgrade on your own. If you'd like some help, please contact me and let me give you a quote to upgrade your particular system to Windows 10. My services include:
- Backing up your current system before starting the upgrade
- Upgrading your operating system to Windows 10 (this upgrade is free from Microsoft for most Windows 8 users)
- Making sure your computer is working and you can find your programs and data
- Making sure your printer (1 printer) is working after your upgrade
- Sharing a few Windows 10 tips to get you started