With the Onset of Windows 10 reservation and the deadline coming closer, everyone is worried about whether he/ she should upgrade his/ her existing windows to Windows 10. The most important thing they are asking themselves is that whether there is come back i.e. degradation. Again, failing upgradation and compatibility issues are also there which are confusing users in between getting Windows 10 reservation or not.
Let’s see what can be done to avoid these circumstances.
I have already written an article on How to Advance Book Free Windows 10 where I have explained most crucial steps to be taken in order to back up your windows by creating an image file, steps to cancel your reservation of windows 10 etc.
Here in this article, we will see How to bring Get Windows 10 in your Taskbar. This is a continuum to the article mentioned above. Visit the above article to learn more about Windows 10 reservation in depth.
How to Bring Get Windows 10 in Your Taskbar
There are various reasons because of which you might not be seeing “Get Windows 10” program. If you solve the issue mentioned underneath you would be able to bring Get Windows 10 on your Taskbar. These reasons are already mentioned in Microsoft’s Windows 10 FAQ. These FAQs are:
- The dates on your PC, laptop, notebook etc. must be synchronized with Windows 7 SP 1 or Windows 8.1 updates. All these updates are essential to upgrade your existing windows to Windows 10.
- Either your Windows update is turned off or it has not been set to receive updates automatically.
- It might also be possible that Windows update is broken/ blocked or uninstalled due to which Windows update won’t update.
- You don’t have a genuine file of Windows because of which you can’t upgrade to Windows 10.
- The first two issues stated above could be solved by running Windows Update and installing any updates which are available.
- If you are looking for your office PC to get Windows 10 reservation, you must ask the Administrator to allow the upgrade to follow through. This is because the patch KB3035583 is most likely to be blocked in a work environment.
- If you tried to install Windows 7 SP 1 or Windows 8.1 Update 1 and it failed, then you won’t be able to get Windows 10.
I hope getting to know these FAQ; you could learn where you were lagging behind.
At first go through these 7 FAQ mentioned by Microsoft. Now, look out if all of these things are followed by you or not. If not then correct that particular thing first and then go to see whether “get Windows 10” is there in the Taskbar or not. I believe you have succeeded to bring Get Windows 10 be there if you followed all these steps carefully.