Windows 10 is an OS you can upgrade to at no extra cost. However, if you’re already using Windows 10, should you bother upgrading to Windows 11? The short answer is yes. The long answer is that it depends. But before we get into that mess of a Windows upgrade scenario, let’s take a look at what makes Windows 10 a smooth operating system to use. It has features that make it an excellent choice for the average Windows user. Of course, Windows 10 has more back-end considerations that go into stability and performance compared to older versions of Windows, so some of the personalization and customization options won’t necessarily be available on Windows 11. On the other hand, it also keeps tabs on old, slow versions of Microsoft Edge, enabling you to use modern web standards without any interruptions or glitches.
So, should you upgrade? In short, you should if:
If any of these apply to you, then upgrading may save you from upgrading to a new version of Windows, and you may not need to upgrade at all.
Finally, let’s talk about Microsoft Edge.
Microsoft Edge makes modern web browser experiences smooth and surprising. Fluid, fast browsing is the absolute goal of all modern web browsers; Microsoft Edge delivers, delivering beautifully snappy experiences and some serious customization options. But Windows users will have to give the feature a quick test drive before they realize how smooth and modern Windows 10 really is.