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Win 7 SP1 reaches the end of extended support on 14-Jan-2020 so it might not make sense to spend that much money to upgrade a Vista machine to Win 7 now, even it it meets the minimum system requirements posted at https://support.microsoft.com/en-ca/help/10737/windows-7-system-requirements.
As you noted, the Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor at https://
If you are interested in moving from Windows Vista to Windows 10, you can get there by doing a time-consuming clean installation after buying the new operating system software, or by purchasing a new PC.
To go the less expensive route, first make sure your computer meets the Windows 10 system requirements, which are listed on Microsoft’s website.
NET Framework v3.5.1 SP1 and v4.5.2 installed) so it almost seemed like the tool wasn't correctly detecting my Vista SP2 OS (patched to the end of extended support on 11-Apr-2017) and/or that this old tool wasn't compatible with my newer . ----------- Thanks for the replies, here are the specs on both.
It’s not as cut and dry, as Microsoft has deleted the tool that makes all of our lives simpler when upgrading, but with a tiny bit of work, you too can upgrade older versions of Windows 7, 8, or 8.1 to a fully-functioning version of Windows 10.However, keep in mind that Windows Vista, which was released in 2006, is approaching the end of its planned life cycle next year.Microsoft’s extended support for the system ends on April 11, 2017.I may just part them out and use the $$$ for something new.I just hate throwing away perfectly good (though slow) computers, always have!