Windows 10: Nothing Like a Last-Minute Upgrade

Hand holding a blue card with Windows 10 logo and text on it.

Get the hardware needed to upgrade to Windows 10 before it’s too late.

The retirement of Windows 7 is going full bore this January 2020. Microsoft has advised multiple times to upgrade to Windows 10. Here at Triton, we have advised clients multiple times to go to Windows 10 as well, and some of you have taken us up and have begun the migration process, and we applaud you for that.

Tis the Season to Upgrade Your Hardware

Now, hardware shortages that have plagued the Windows 10 deployment have been resolved. SSD drives are now plentiful, and stock for replacement computers is now fully available due to the upcoming Christmas season. Thought about upgrading to our Hardware as a Service (HaaS) program for regular hardware upgrades with no upfront costs?

We are advising all of our business clients to immediately upgrade to Windows 10. If your machine is out of warranty and/or support, this is the perfect time to replace it with a Windows 10-based machine.

A Note about Tariffs Affecting Computers

Please be advised, due to tariffs that have taken effect on September 15, 2019, 5 to 10% with an average of 7.25% tariffs have been added on to computer systems. We cannot avoid these tariffs since most of if not all of our computers are manufactured in China. This affects all computer manufacturers from all operating systems.

Popular software such as office, Adobe, etc. are fully supported under Windows 10. Contact us for more information and what the limits of upgrades are versus the purchasing of new machines.