Windows 10 IT Pro February 2017 resource recap


We've received a lot of interest from IT pros over the past few months who would like to find out when new Windows 10 content and resources are published on TechNet, Microsoft Virtual Academy, or other Microsoft websites.

While we publish this information (and much more) in our monthly Windows IT Pro Insider newsletter, starting this month, we'll also be publishing a blog post like this one that quickly lists all the new resources available to help you plan for Windows 10, simplify deployment, and more easily secure and manage your Windows 10 environment.

New resources published in February

ICYMI: January highlights

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  1. James Gosney says:

    I need to upgrade my Vista with Windows 10 2017

    1. Windows 10 upgrades are available for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 systems only. If you are interested in moving from Windows Vista to Windows 10, you will need to make sure your PC first meets the Windows 10 system requirements (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/windows-10-specifications) and then buy and install a new copy of Windows 10. Don't forget to back up your files on an external drive before you do the install.

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