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02-28-2022 01:11 AM - edited 02-28-2022 01:14 AM
@Babuji_Madaka -- both your computer and Windows 10 became available in 2015.
My guess is that HP tested your computer for compatibility with Windows 10 -- they did test HP computers from 2014 & 2013.
My worry is that your computer's disk-drives also were manufactured in 2015, making them SEVEN years old, and if you do install Windows 10, you will want to use the disk-drives until October 2025, when Microsoft will terminate all support for Windows 10. By 2025, your disk-drives will be "antiques".
So, by all means, take the free upgrade, using the 25-character product-key that you have for Windows 7, but FIRST replace the disk-drives in your RAID-set by two SSD (Solid State Device). It will be both "newer" and "faster". Nice!
Of course, since you are using "RAID 1 (mirrored)", you could replace just one of the disk-drives as a "proactive" measure, and monitor the other "old" disk-drive, to ensure that it still is mirroring.
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