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Windows 7: How can I upgrade from Win 7 to win 10 safely?

2 Weeks Ago   #11

Win 7 dual boot with XP

I did download and backed up using REflect. I am procrastinating because I don't want to lose my windows 7 files and folders when upgrading or worse yet, the entire computer crashes!

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2 Weeks Ago   #12

64-bit Windows 10 Pro

You should be good to go now. You have a system image to fall back on if it should go sideways on you.

When doing the steps below to upgrade, pay attention at step 9 to see if any issues are reported. This is the last chance step to cancel if needed before it starts the actual upgrade.

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