t's a daunting task since each of those PCs are unique
I had hoped Windows 10 Pro had a way to preserve the Windows 7 Pro settings, logins, and third party software, like Quickbooks on one, Office 2016 on all, CAD drawing software on another, Barcode Software on yet another, and Medical Billing software on four of them.
It would seem my choice is to install a clean copy of windows 10 pro, and reinstall all the apps afterwards. That's unfortunate.
I now have to find a windows 10 pro 64 upgrade package to try, rather that a new copy, unless that would work as a upgrade if started on the Windows 7 system.
Perhaps with a question, Upgrade or Clean Install?
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