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Windows 7: Upgrade to 10 in Windows Updates list for 7

09 Feb 2016   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
Upgrade to 10 in Windows Updates list for 7

I have W7. If the upgrade to Windows10 appears in my usual list of updates, how exactly is it labelled?

I don't want to upgrade to 10 now so I hid all or most of the updates that had to do with the transition.

Also, if the upgrade to 10 is to be offered to me, would it have happened by now?

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