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RAZMaddaz
post Feb 4 2016, 01:23 PM
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Hi Everyone!!!

I want to upgrade my home computer to Office 2013 and I currently have Windows 7. Will I need to upgrade Windows too and if so, what version?

Thanks!

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Larry Larsen
post Feb 4 2016, 02:13 PM
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Hi Raz

We are all at risk.. (Xp,7,8), would you consider the leap to Windows 10..?

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Windows 10, six months after its release has finally surpassed Windows XP.

According to Net Market Share, Windows 10 surpassed the 10 percent market share in January, and is currently installed on 11.9% of the world's PCs. XP had a 11.4pc share of the PC market, and Windows 8.1 was installed on 10.4pc of PCs.

In doing so Windows 10 now only sits behind the Windows 7 that enjoys a whooping market share of 52.5pc. Indicating that the Microsoft newest version, still has a long way to go.

According to CNN, since its entry into the market in late July last year, Windows 10 has enjoyed a remarkable run of success. It has become the fastest-adopted version of Windows, i.e. already installed on more than 200 million devices.

Microsoft is just not stopping here, and has predicted that Windows 10 will be on 1 billion devices by 2018.

Ref: Windows 10 surpasses XP.

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RAZMaddaz
post Feb 4 2016, 02:18 PM
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We are all at risk...


How is that?

I have a few other application, not office, and if I upgrade to Windows 10 I'm affraid of having to upgrade a few other applications too.

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ScottGem
post Feb 4 2016, 02:25 PM
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Test Win 10 in a VM before you upgrade to it. But there should be no need for an upgrade to run 2013 or 2016. However, remember that the free upgrade to 10 offer expires in July.
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RAZMaddaz
post Feb 4 2016, 02:31 PM
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But there should be no need for an upgrade to run 2013 or 2016. However, remember that the free upgrade to 10 offer expires in July.


Thanks Scott, that's what I needed to know, whether I needed to or not.

Thanks!!!!!

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RAZ
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