To get Windows 10, you’ll just have to download and run Media Creation Tool on Windows 7/8/8.1 and upgrade the PC to Windows 10. After the upgrade, connect to the internet and your older Windows license will be converted to a Windows 10 license.
The most recent Windows patch, released April 9, seems to have done something (still to be determined) that’s causing problems with anti-malware software.
Windows 10 users continue to have problems performing Windows Update even after Microsoft reportedly has fixed the problem that users were having last week.
Malwarebytes released an update today for its component package that fixes the problem with Windows 7 stations freezing. The problem was manifesting on systems with the Web Protection feature enabled in the security solution.
Since the middle of December 2018, numerous complaints have been pouring in that state Windows 7 had started freezing after a component of Malwarebytes was upgraded to a new version. Once users, disabled the Malwarebytes, Windows 7 would not longer freeze.