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Are You Prepared for the End of Windows 7?

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If you haven’t heard, Windows 7 will no longer be supported once the start of 2020 rolls around. Around ⅓ of Windows users are still running Windows 7, so this is still a concern for many people. If you need help getting switched over to Windows 10, and need help transitioning and getting used to it we can certainly help!

Doing a Windows upgrade is always a big step that is a bit of a hassle, even for those who are tech savvy. There are real concerns like whether or not you will lose your data or if your programs will break. At Bright-Eyed Computer we take the necessary precautions to ensure everything is backed up so that in the event something goes wrong, we have you covered. We would recommend bringing your computer in for a free evaluation so we can look things over and see if the upgrade is right for your computer.

One thing to consider when upgrading to Windows 10 is the potential for your computer to slow down. This is a common complaint as of recent with Windows 10 and something that is keeping people away from the upgrade. We have a simple solution for this though, the thing usually holding computers back is the speed of the Hard Drive. This device stores your data and is what Windows loads from. The simple solution is that we can upgrade you to a newer alternative called a Solid State Drive, or SSD for short. These SSDs are 15 times faster than their older Hard Drive counterparts and make Windows 10 not only fast, but makes your computer run faster than it ever has. With our free evaluation we can determine if this upgrade is what your computer needs.

In conclusion, the ending of support for Windows 7 is a huge concern, but Bright-Eyed Computer has you covered. With our free evaluation you can bring in your computer and we can help you determine what is right for you!

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