Lenovo begins rolling out devices running Windows 10

Sean Dudley
Sean Dudley
By Sean Dudley on 03 August 2015
Lenovo begins rolling out devices running Windows 10

Lenovo has started to ship a wide selection of products that are loaded with the newly released Windows 10 operating system.

Users with a qualified Lenovo PC running Windows 7 SP1 or 8.1 can upgrade to Windows 10, and Microsoft and Lenovo have worked together to help make the process of upgrading as straightforward as possible.

If users have reserved a copy of Windows 10, they will be notified when the compatibility process is complete and the new operating system has been downloaded to their system.

Preloads also include a suite of Lenovo-written applications, including the new Lenovo Companion 3.0 optimisation tool. This application helps ensure devices run at their peak performance and can be used to run a full-scale checkup before reporting back with specific actions to free up space and speed up the device.

Microsoft and Lenovo have also been working to integrate Cortana and REACHit, the Lenovo app that lets users search for and manage their content across multiple devices and cloud storage platforms.

“With Windows 10, computing gets more personal, productive and connected,” said Tom Shell, senior vice president, PC Business Group, Lenovo. “Across our entire PC product line, from the office to the home, we’ve optimised our Lenovo devices to give customers a great computing experience while giving them enhanced search tools like Cortana with REACHit.”

Users can check whether their device is eligible for upgrade to Windows 10 here.

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