You may be wondering when is the right time to update and upgrade your operating systems throughout your business. You may be wondering if it’s worth all the time and effort to make the switch and if it’s truly going to be beneficial. That entirely depends on your operating system and what you want to upgrade to, so here are some operating system specific tips to help you choose when you should upgrade. With Dell Kace Windows 7 migration the switch is going to be easy.
Upgrade Your Current Software
First, if you have an operating system that was made before Windows XP you should definitely try to upgrade to at least Windows XP. However, it is completely recommended that you spend a little bit extra money to purchase new computers so that your computers are capable of running most current software and have the hardware to multitask and continue to help you as you need it. If you’re going to purchase new computers it’s probably a good idea to have them boot with Windows 7, as Windows 7 is the newest and most updated operating system to protect you from security threats and can help you avoid compatibility problems as often happens with older operating systems. You can make a new machine for under 200 dollars if you’re only needing it for simple processes like web browsing or word processing. It’s not impossible to even find ones or make ones for under 100 dollars if you’re using used parts or refurbished parts. For more information check out Dell Kace here.
Switch To Windows 7
Second, if you have Windows XP, you should probably consider switching to Windows 7, because it offers more compatibility with lots of different products, a lot more than Windows XP does, but if you don’t need any new products and you’re fine with simple tasks like word processing or image editing, Windows XP will serve you fine.
Windows 7 Migration Makes Things Quick And Easy
And Lastly, It’s not too expensive to make the change, and it won’t take much effort on the part of your IT team if they use Dell Kace and its Windows 7 migration. The great thing about this type of migration is that you can migrate your whole entire network with a few simple clicks, without having to individually install the operating system on each machine. The days for an IT team to run around popping CDs into computers and patiently waiting and clicking a preference every 5 minutes is over, and you can basically reduce 5 hours of work from 5 men into a few minutes of work from 1 man. This means that the rest of your workers can get to work repairing machines, or if you’re having your IT team build computers they could go build some computers or spend time researching on other products and technology that the company could benefit from. For more information on Windows 7 migration click here.