Sometimes I do, and it is often due to the fact that many people throughout the course of the year come to ask me different questions and because many of them are repetitive I often have immediate recall of them.Many times, (more often than not) I don't remember the answer, but I have a vague idea of where I looked it up when I was asked it before and I head right "battle" is knowing where to look up the information when you need it.[NOTES FROM THE FIELD] - I often get the question, "how do you know all of this stuff", when I am working with desktop or system admins.The truth is, I often do not know the information off the top of my head.Microsoft on Monday announced that it will begin offering its newest software to power PCs and tablets as a free upgrade on July 29.Users running Windows 7 or 8.1 with the latest updates can reserve the upgrade, which is available for one year.Microsoft Windows 98 Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition All Versions of Windows NT 4.0 require Service Pack 5 to be installed prior to upgrading to Windows XP.Currently, there are no supported direct upgrade paths for the following Microsoft operating systems: Microsoft Windows 3.x Microsoft Windows NT 3.51 Workstation Microsoft Windows NT 3.51 Server Microsoft Windows NT 3.51 Server with Citrix Microsoft Windows 95 Microsoft Back Office Small Business Server Having this information available or knowing where to look it up is important before you get started.
"Windows 10 Pro and Windows 10 Enterprise users will have the ability to defer updates." The wording is a bit vague and can be misinterpreted, especially the term "automatically available." But assuming I'm reading it correctly, the option to defer or delay updates will not be present in Windows 10 Home edition, only in Windows 10 Professional and Enterprise. The new option would take away some of the control that users have over Windows.(You can for more details.)For everyone else, a copy of Windows 10 Home will run 9, while Windows 10 Pro will cost 9.For those who wish to upgrade from the Home edition to the Pro edition, a Windows 10 Pro Pack will cost .Windows XP Professional supports only the devices listed in the HCL.If your hardware isn't listed, contact the hardware manufacturer and request a Windows XP Professional driver.