Eventual upgrade from Win 7 to 10

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    Presumably if you have some faulty settings with Win 7, that MS updates have not detected, then running a free upgrade later on this year will probably transfer the faults over to Win 10.

    This is why I NEVER use the Win 7 backup procedure. Apart from taking ages because it backups all of Windows, it would also backup all the faults. Besides it only takes some 15 minutes to reinstall Win 7, though longer to install updates, many of which would also be needed to reinstall with a backup copy.

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