Microsoft strongly promotes Windows 10 by the leading of "Windows is Service, One Windows". So more and more users of Windows7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 have upgraded to Windows 10 or ready to upgrade, and one Windows 10 users may also plan to upgrade to a later Windows 10 version. So which version of Windows 10 system can be upgraded from different Windows7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows10 versions? Here, we have sum up a Windows10 upgrade path form in detail.
Upgrade pathsThis topic provides a summary of available upgrade paths to Windows 10. You can upgrade to Windows 10 from Windows 7 or a later operating system. This includes upgrading from one release of Windows 10 to later release of Windows 10. Migrating from one edition of Windows 10 to a different edition of the same release is also supported. For more information about migrating to a different edition of Windows 10, see "Windows 10 edition upgrade".Windows 10 LTSB: The upgrade paths displayed below do not apply to Windows 10 LTSB. In-place upgrade from Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 to Windows 10 LTSB is not supported. (Note that Windows 10 LTSB 2015 did not block this upgrade path. This was corrected in the Windows 10 LTSB 2016 release, which will now only allow data-only and clean install options.)Windows N/KN: Windows "N" and "KN" editions follow the same upgrade paths shown below. If the pre-upgrade and post-upgrade editions are not the same type (e.g. Windows 8.1 Pro N to Windows 10 Pro), personal data will be kept but applications and settings will be removed during the upgrade process.✔ = Full upgrade is supported including personal data, settings, and applications. D = Edition downgrade; personal data is maintained, applications and settings are removed.
For more information about migrating to a different edition of Windows 10, see "Windows 10 edition upgrade".Need more information of Windows 10, go to www.mskeystore.com.
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