Windows 10 is slated for mid July

Is your business prepared for the newest version of Windows yet?

By the end of July when your business purchases a new computer it will likely come with Windows 10 pre-installed.

There are many reasons why as a business you would want to avoid upgrading to Windows 10 just yet.

Listed below are just a few:

  • A new version of Windows hasn’t yet been fully tested in the real world and can be a security risk.
  • Productivity decrease due to employees taking time to learn a new way of doing things.
  • It takes time to migrate and fully test all critical information your business uses daily.
  • Many companies have Line of Business Software that isn’t yet compatible with the newest version of Windows.

Pro-Computer Services, Inc. has special Microsoft Licensing Plans that can provide you with the option to continue to use your current version of Windows.  Even if you purchase a new computer that comes with Windows 10 pre-installed we can legally downgrade that computer to Windows 7.

Avoid security risks;  Avoid employee re-training (employees hit the ground running);  Ensure successful data migrations; Ensure no compatibility issues;  and much more with Pro-Computer Services special Microsoft Licensing options!   Call us today.

Microsoft is targeting the middle of July for a signoff of Windows 10 which means that the OS will be in the hands of OEMs by the end of July, if the roadmap stays on schedule. Read more…

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