With Microsoft’s Windows 10 update, users can update their operating systems to the latest version of Windows 10, which includes security fixes for the Windows Defender, Microsoft’s firewall, and other features.
However, those who install the upgrade on their computers are not eligible to receive a software upgrade from Microsoft for Windows 8 or Windows 7, because they do not have a Windows Update subscription.
However, Windows 10 will be installed on a Windows 7 laptop computer as well as a Windows 8 laptop computer.
Windows 10 is also a free upgrade for users who upgrade their computers from Windows 7 or Windows 8 to Windows 10.
“The latest version for Windows 10 is now available to everyone,” Microsoft said in a blog post about the update.
“In addition, users who are eligible to download Windows 10 can upgrade to this version with a single click.
To learn more about the latest release of Windows, visit Windows10.microsoft.com.
The update will be available to download today for the following versions of Windows: Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Windows 8.x Windows Server 2012 and Windows RT (RT) Windows RT 10.0.2 The Windows 10 upgrade for these versions will be made available via an upgrade to Windows 8, but it will not be available via a direct download of the upgrade.
Microsoft recommends that users download the Windows 10 Upgrade for Windows 10 installer or the Windows Installer for MacOS 10.6 to install the update, and they can then install the Windows Update, Windows Defender and other Windows security updates.
Those who upgrade to the Update for Windows/MacOS will also be able to upgrade to Windows Update for All devices for free, but it will require a valid subscription to get the upgrade, according to Microsoft.
As part of the Windows update, Microsoft has released an FAQ that explains how to install and upgrade Windows 10 on your computer.