Deleted member 196519
As above. Thanks
I can upgrade to 10 but then I would’ve to upgrade then to 11. That will cost around £180! I am better of buying a brand new cheap laptop with Windows 11 on.I came late to computers - and only then to convert my CDs to FLAC ( not sure I'd own a PC even now if it hadn't been for that).
So I jumped straight in at Windows 7, then 'upgraded' to 10.
Not in any hurry to move to 11....or even find out whether I'm able to.
That's only 4 years off. My laptop will only be 10 or 11 years old by then10 would be fine and is in support until 2025.
Have you checked for updates? I think even Windows 10 was a free upgrade?That's only 4 years off. My laptop will only be 10 or 11 years old by then
I would be happy with something that doesn't need support - even if it wasn't so clever.
Maybe a reason for me to go for W11 when 10 is no longer supported.