Windows 10 support

Windows 10 remains one of the most popular operating systems in the world, and Microsoft continues to improve it with new upgrades and features. Below, you will find the latest updates, tips, and some useful information that you may find useful.

This practically means that AFTER October 2025 your computer will continue to work. You just won't get new updates. So don't panic...!

SSD drive vs HDD drive

There's no point in having a big drive, 500GB or even 1TB if it's not an SSD. Upgrading your computer from a traditional hard disk drive (HDD) to a solid state drive (SSD) can transform your system's speed and performance. By upgrading your computer to an SSD, you will immediately notice a difference in speed and efficiency. Apps will open faster, games will load more instantly, and your computer will run more smoothly.

Upgrade to SSD today and enjoy a new Windows 10 experience!

Windows 11 Pro

Want to upgrade to Windows 11? Make sure your computer is ready for the new operating system. See the minimum system requirements to ensure a smooth transition.

Processor: 1 GHz or faster, with 2 or more cores, 64-bit, at least eighth generation in intel and its equivalent in AMD

RAM: 4 GB.

Storage Space: 64 GB.

Graphics: DirectX 12 with WDDM 2.0 driver.

Screen: 720p, greater than 9”.

TPM: Version 2.0.

UEFI and Secure Boot: Yes


If you have a PC that meets the Windows 11 system requirements and want to take advantage of the new features and improvements, upgrading may be the best option. However, if your computer is not compatible or if you prefer the stability and maturity of Windows 10, you can stay with this operating system.

Before making the final decision, think about your needs and the capabilities of your computer. In both cases, Microsoft offers reliable solutions that can meet your requirements.