2020 = End of  Win 7
$99 Special* Upgrade To Win 10

Upgrade to Win 10  Now and Save 

Windows 7 will expire right after New Years 2020.

Windows 7 has  been a long time favorite operating system for home &
business users, but now the end of life for Win 7 is less  a few weeks away.

If you don’t already have a plan in place to upgrade your Win 7 PCs
(desktops, tablets or laptops) to Windows 10, its time!

We suggest you make sure this conversion is completed well in advance of the end of the year.

Microsoft’s ended its “free upgrade offer” for Win 10 in 2016, which means the only way to get a Win 10 upgrade is to pay for it… however, Microsoft is not enforcing it – yet! Sadly, there is no way to know how much longer Microsoft will turn a blind eye to the free upgrades they already expired.

One way or another other, you HAVE move over to Win 10. why not
upgrade your current PC now while we can still convert your Win 7
license to Win 10 for free?

But, before jumping in and upgrading or installing Win 10, on your PC
(desktop, tablet or laptop) it is 1st wise to be certain of a few things.

By preparing your PC for the upgrade, you are taking all the necessary precautions to allow the upgrade process to off go cleanly and smoothly.

The following are the 10 steps we perform to upgrade
a PC (laptop, tablet or desktop) to Win 10.

Step 1: Test all hardware.
If your PC has any hardware issues we need to address them prior to
Win 10 upgrade. Should your PC have any hardware issues, this may well
be the deciding factor for you to either repair it (depending on price)
or bite the bullet and buy a new PC.

Step 2: Make sure your computer is able to be upgraded to Win 10.
Can your PC run Win 10? The answer is most likely yes. Win 10 requires the same minimum hardware requirements as Win 7. Is your Win 7 key code valid? Unless you are getting a message that states Windows is not activated, most likely you are good. Finally, does your PC have at least
16GB of free space to install Win 10.

Step 3: Scan and remove any malicious code (Viruses and/or malware).
As the saying goes, it’s not nice to fool mother nature, and it could be disastrous to fool with upgrading to Win 10 with infections!

Step 4:  Resolve any system file corruption in Win 7.
If your PC is running poorly – then upgrading to win 10 most likely will
amplify the problem(s). Often we can clean up these problems up
before the upgrade process. If we cannot clear it up, we can still
put Win 10 on your PC, but it will have to be done as a clean install.

Step 5: Computer Backed up?  
To protect all of the files you have on your computer, we highly
recommended that you back up your computer, just in case something
goes wrong during the upgrade process. Regardless if you are
upgrading to Windows 10 or not, it’s always a good idea to
backup your irreplaceable data files (pictures, music, movies,
tax returns, resumes, etc.)  while Upgrading to Win 10 this is a good time
to get this critical chore done.  There is an additional charge but we can back
up all of your data files and create a backup routine for you.

Win 10 upgrade should install without a hitch, but driver problems, or file system corruption are a real possibility and, during any automated system update, there’s always a chance something could go wrong.

Therefore before we begin the upgrade process, we highly suggest you create a backup all data files, or we can do it for you!

Step 6: Update your current Windows Software.
Before the upgrade, we will install all of the service packs & updates for Win 7.

Step 7:  Upgrade your PC to Win 10.
Depending on your computer’s hardware this process takes about 2 hrs.

Step 8: Install drivers.
Whenever installing a new version of Windows, it’s always a sound idea to verify that you’re using compatible drivers. This will help you avoid stability issues that could arise due to your computer’s hardware.

Step 9: Install Win 10 service packs and updates.
While we’re at it we will Enable System Protection & Create a Restore Point

Step 10: Activate your new Win 10 license.
Once your computer has the latest updates, we will activate your new digital Win 10 license.

*$99 Price to upgrade to Win 10 is good on most computers. Some exceptions – Servers and high-end workstations may be more.
Price is good for service in store and does not include, back up or the upgrade license if required by Microsoft.

If we cannot upgrade your computer to Win 10 due to hardware or software issues there is only a $19 diagnostic fee

Please call us with any questions or concerns you may have (734) 971-6900.


Drop off by 1 pm Monday – Friday & we will start work the same day.

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