On Windows 8, you have to swipe in from the right (on a touchscreen device) or point your mouse at the top right or bottom corners and bring up the Charms bar. I was never a fan of cluttering my desktop with Microsoft's "Gadget" widgets in Windows 7.But if you use them, you can kiss them goodbye if you update to Windows 10, although the Windows live tiles, inherited from Windows 8/8.1, can provide some of that functionality.One thing I've learned as I've started to use voice controls with Siri, Google Now, Amazon Echo and now Cortana, is that computing with your voice is strange at first.It takes practice before you develop a flow and it becomes second nature, where you don't stop and think about what you're telling it to do.From the server side, two key new features have been included: in R2 and allows IT administrators to pool all the memory available on a physical host and dynamically distribute it to virtual machines running on that host as necessary.That means based on changes in workload, your VMs will be able to receive new memory allocations without a service interruption.
Like how Windows 10 corrects most of the misguided design decisions of Windows 8, Windows 7 was the OS that cleaned up the mess that was Windows Vista. You can count me in the boat of users who hated Windows 8.All users with Windows 7 Professional and Windows 7 Ultimate will get Windows 10 Pro.Windows 10 Home and 10 Pro are identical, except the latter has a few extra features such as Remote Access Services, Windows Update for Business and more. You'll want to check the Windows Device Manager after updating to Windows 10 to see if there are any driver issues.Or in this case, if Windows 7 still works perfectly fine, why update it to Windows 10?If your PC is still running Windows 7, you may be wondering if you should pull the trigger and install Windows 10.