Microsoft has just announced its new Operation system called Windows 10. The new OS has a ton of new features and improvements over Windows 8.1 , it is so good that Microsoft even decided to Skip Windows 9 and jump directly to Windows 10.
When installing a new operation system it is always important to know if the device (laptop or PC) you want to install it on can actually handle the OS as more power is needed to run a more resource demanding operation system without any issues.
In order to know this, you will need to know 2 things: The technical requirements for Windows 10 (which we will cover later on) and the technical specifications of your Laptop or PC. Lets first cover the Technical specifications of your specific device. All though there are several ways to do this, we will teach you 2 of them:
These are the requirements needed to be able to run Windows 10, if you system barely meets these requirements we recommend you do not install Windows 10.
For those wondering, if your system currently runs Windows 8 you will have no problem running Windows 10, and if you don’t really know how to compare the specs lets take a look at the image bellow (you can get to this window by following our second option in the “How to know if my laptop can run Windows 10”)
When looking at the Processor, at the end the GHz are indicated, make sure this is at least 1GHz. As far as memory goes, it is under the “installed Memory (RAM)” which should be at least 2GB if your “System Type” is 64-bit, if it is 32-bit you only need 1GB of memory.