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Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 for the first time will be automatically upgraded to Windows 10
Last week, Microsoft extended the first in this year’s assembly of the preliminary version of Windows 10 under the number 9926 . In it, users have received numerous innovations, for which the company expects to receive feedback in order to eliminate defects and improve functionality.
Among the facts that are not marked in the last news on the subject, it may be noted that the system already provides a graphical interface DirectX 12. This discovery was made in the portal PCWorld.com, but so far it is useless for users. To take advantage of the new graphical user interface, will wait for the appropriate drivers for video cards and support from other software manufacturers.
The first step was taken on the day of the presentation of Windows 10: The company Futuremark has promised to soon introduce a new benchmark 3DMark test API Overhead Feature Test. In addition to DirectX 12, there will be to conduct testing versions of DirectX 11 and GUI AMD Mantle.
In other news related to the process of updating the system. Assembling 9926 was the first version Technical Preview, to which you can upgrade previous versions of Windows without downloading ISO-files. This feature is available for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, it is available on this page Microsoft . The update process will be made automatically.
The update may also be available from the Update Center. The same mechanism will certainly be involved to upgrade to the final version of Windows 10 after its release. Users of previous versions of Windows will update to the RTM-build of Windows 10 and the entire upgrade process will take place without any intervention from the user, which means a much lower likelihood of problems and errors.
Users who installed Windows 10 over Windows 8 or Windows 7, can not go back, except to perform a full system reinstall.
It is worth noting that the automatic updates for OS X operating system for several years now accessible to users computers Apple.
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