In the second quarter, IT will gradually replace Windows 7 with Windows 10 on all of the University's PCs.
There are several reasons for the change, the key reasons are:
Several of your settings, such as Internet Explorer bookmarks, will follow automatically from Windows 7. For this to work, a software will be installed on your Windows 7 computer, and this icon will appear at the bottom right of your desktop.
In conjunction with Windows 10, you will also get Office 2016 instead of Office in 2010. Office 2016 is integrated with Microsoft's cloud services, allowing, among other things, simultaneous editing of documents, as well as working in groups with other colleagues.
More detailed information will be provided later at department meetings, intranet and via email.