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Windows 10 upgrade procrastinators wait for Service Pack 1 (SP1)

Believe it or not, but there are some people putting off the Windows 10 upgrade on Wednesday, July 29 because they would rather wait for Service Pack 1. This does seem highly strange, given the fact that we do not even know how long the release of Windows 10 SP1 will be.

Windows 10 upgrade procrastinators wait for Service Pack 1 — We know that some people just do not want to take the chance to update to the new version of the Windows operating system because they have been bitten in the past.

Windows 10 SP1 upgrade

When Microsoft released Windows 8 it did not go down too well because of the number of issues it had, hence why Microsoft felt compelled to release 8.1 instead.

If you are not worried and still plan to go ahead with the upgrade, then we can understand that there is a question you would like answered, and that is how easy would it be to wipe your date clean and run a clean Windows 10 install?

If you have Windows 8 or 8.1 then you have two options available, and those are to either refresh or reset. The former means you will lose all your third-party programs, but most other things on your computer will remain. Whereas the latter means you will lose everything.

Will you be upgrading on Wednesday, and if so what sort of install will you be going for?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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