Best Windows 10 laptops to update your retired Windows 7

Microsoft’s support for Windows 7 is officially over, so if you’re still running a PC on it, you’re doing it at your own risk. You can upgrade to Windows 10 and, if you’re currently running a licensed and activated copy of Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 Home or Pro, here’s how to do it for free.

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But, in my own experience making the switch from Windows 7 to Windows 10, my laptop’s performance became frustratingly slow. It was a low-end laptop to begin with and, although it met Win 10’s system requirements, it just wasn’t a great experience. I ended up turning that into a Chromebook for my kids and moving on to a laptop built for what Windows 10 offers.

The end of Windows 7 support is as good a time as any to make the jump to Microsoft’s current OS, Windows 10. But if you’re not sure where to start right now, here are five picks to help steer you on your search. You can also head straight to our list of best laptops and desktops. Plus, here are our best gaming laptops15-inch laptops and two-in-ones, as well as the best choices for college studentscreatives and MacBook Pro alternatives. And, if you just want pure power or battery life, our rankings of battery life and performance are for you.

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