There is no Windows 2008 and no Windows 2010, so that's easy answer: impossible. But if you happen to mean Windows 8 (or 8.1) and Windows 10, yes, that's possible. And it's free (unless you use the Enterprise version), so there is no reason to spend money for it.
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/features tells the Microsoft view. And there are a few zillion other hits in google if you go and search for it.
But are you really telling me that none of your staff did the upgrade already on their home computers? If some did, they might be able to give you their opinion. Most people think 10 is better than 8.
I represent an accounting firm and I'm trying to figure out what the big differences are between the Windows 2008 and the newest version before deciding whether to upgrade the operating systems on our office computers.
Is it really worth paying extra money and upgrading. Can somebody please give me some tips. Thanks ahead of time!
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