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Why Upgrading Windows 7 to Windows 10 is still
Now, Microsoft has ended the free windows 10 upgrade policy and so
Windows users will have to pay some charges for upgrading to Windows 10.
Free update was only possible until 29th July 2016.There are many users who
are still using Windows 7 and now want to upgrade to Windows, as Microsoft
has ended the support for Windows 7. Earlier many Windows 7 users reported
for Windows upgrading issues while they went for free upgrading.
As on updating to Windows 10, they faced many troubles for which they
frequently needed to dial a toll-free of Windows 7 support phone number to
find a definite solution.
Many of the Windows 7 users successfully updated their Windows 7 to
Windows 10 with the help of a Windows 7 update technical support phone
number. But at the same time, there were also some users who were not able
to upgrade. Here, Microsoft recommended users to install patches. Despite
installing these updates, Windows update was still too slow. While installing
patches users got the message that CPU was busy for running updates, but
there was nothing so because the download was still at zero percent. Read
more about the New Features with Windows 10 anniversary update here
Later Microsoft recommended for manual installation of only a single patch
before running updates on Windows. Thus, it launched patch KB3153199 as
64- bit and 32-bit editions. With the installation of this patch, KB3153199
Windows update ran at the fastest speed. But, later it created another issue as
it translates the settings showing that Windows update never runs
automatically and thus suggested updates are not accepted. You can also read
With all these errors, Microsoft changes patch KB3133977 installation from an
optional to recommend. This patch also created trouble in the last stage by
defying secured boot due to which Windows stop running. This trouble was
common with most of the Asus motherboard as it was not compatible with this
patch. Here, users had to consult their dealer for re-manufacturing of Asus
All these issues are really too irritating, but it can be resolved if you access
reliable technical help from some genuine and perfect solution points. And to
have solution point you should dial a Windows technical support number to
have direct help with their advanced and experienced technical experts. Their
services can be availed at any time to find the perfect solution. If you want to
upgrade Windows 7 to Windows 10 with no error, then you should connect
with Windows experts by dialing their toll-free number or visit their website.