Hi I am wondering if I should replace my Windows 7 Computer.

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yellowdog5

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Hello, thanks for adding me! I need help deciding if I should replace my old 2012 computer, because of Windows 7 turning in to a pumpkin in a couple of days. And if I decide on a new one, I'll need help deciding what to get, I have been looking at refurbished desktops.
 

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Welcome to PCHF yellowdog5,

As the name of the forum suggests this is where we meet and greet new members and not for any kind of technical support, being that you are looking to upgrade from Windows 7 I would suggest that you start a new thread on the Windows 10 forum and one of us will help you there, include in your OP your maximum budget and what the main/intended use of the computer will be.
 

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Welcome to PCHF yellowdog5,

As the name of the forum suggests this is where we meet and greet new members and not for any kind of technical support, being that you are looking to upgrade from Windows 7 I would suggest that you start a new thread on the Windows 10 forum and one of us will help you there, include in your OP your maximum budget and what the main/intended use of the computer will be.
Thank you I put my question on this forum hoping to get exactly the advice you gave, where to start a thread. Thank you!
 

phillpower2

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That would be the Windows 10 forum here

Tip, no need to quote every reply, it really does not help any and just makes for unnecessary reading (y)
 

yellowdog5

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Ok the quote option came up automatically. I finally got my post added to the Windows 10 forum.
 

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As this user now has his new thread up and running will close this thread.
 
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