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#1 vlaxmi1976


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Posted 19 November 2015 - 02:59 AM

how can windows xp be upgraded to windows 10 online?

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Posted 19 November 2015 - 07:43 AM

Hi vlaxmi1976 :)

Before thinking about upgrading your Windows XP to Windows 10, did you check if your computer's drivers are compatible for Windows 10? Since if they aren't (or if there's drivers that aren't compatible), you might be having a hard time using Windows 10, or it could keep on crashing because your computer isn't Windows 10 Ready. What is your computer/laptop brand and model, I can help you verify that.

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Posted 19 November 2015 - 10:36 AM

I'll also add, in addition to Aura's observations, that WinXP to Win10 is not a free upgrade even if the hardware in question is fully able to support Win10 (which is unlikely if the machine itself is of actual WinXP installed as OEM vintage).  You would have to buy a Win10 license and it's probably much more economical overall to simply buy a low-end machine that comes pre-loaded with Win10, since that hardware at the lower end of the spectrum is likely to be light years ahead of what was a high-end off-the-shelf system back when WinXP was king.

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