Starting my upgrade. All my reading says 4GB is fine for Windows 10.
We will see.
Wish me luck.
Will update this post with the outcome, LOL.
As upgrades go, I have to say, this was one of the easiest and most problem free, so far.
‘Pleased’ does not begin to cover it.
There was that one hiccup, entirely self-imposed. I tend to like to stick with what I know. Internet Explorer was my browser. I have to support it at work and so I use it at home as well. I am on enough learning curves as it is, thank you very much.
So, I keep clicking on the blue E, thinking that is IE. It keeps saying Edge.
What the hell is Edge?
Clearly, I have regressed to the status of cantankerous old Internet user who does not like change.
Internet Explorer Is Pitiful on Windows 10
Chewing my way down through the file system, I found my beloved, for the moment, Internet Explorer 11. Finally, I thought, I will be able to do my thing as I like to do my thing.
Then, genius inspiration hit me.
Entering in the phrase ‘What is the best Internet browser for Windows 10?” I got the following link, ‘What’s the best Windows 10 web browser? The benchmarks are in.’
I also got the bad news about Internet Explorer; it sucks on almost every measure running on Windows 10.
Anyways, here is the link. It will also provide you a free guide on’How To Get The Most Out of Windows 10 File Explorer.’
So far, the interface has been fairly easy to navigate. I cannot spell out the differences between 8 and 8.1 and 10. I can only tell you that I thought the both of the first two sucked bogwater and I think I may like 10. I fully admit it may just be that I am in a better mental state to deal with it for whatever reason.
Anyways, I upgraded a DELL Optiplex 7010 with 4GB of RAM and it went like a breeze.