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HP Printers, Notebooks, Tablets, and Desktops & Windows 10

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Welcome to the HP Support Forums Windows 10 guide.


If you are thinking about upgrading your device to Windows 10, be sure to check the compatibility first. It takes just a few minutes to do. We would like to help you do this and it will only take a few minutes. Just go to the HP Windows 10 main page and do two thing things:


  1. Click the link to get the exact model number of your HP laptop, desktop, or tablet.
  2. Enter the exact model number to check for compatibility


(Be sure to include the exact model number and not the product series. For example on laptops, HP provides a type of model name near the keyboard or screen which often represent a series of many notebook computers that look similar, but have different options and parts. For example, HP has produced over a hundred types of G62 notebook models in different configurations, such as the G62-340-US and the G62-465DX models. In this example, you need to enter G62-340-US not G62 to check your system.)


If you are wondering if your HP Printer work with Windows 10, please visit our main HP Windows 10 page HP has a specific area dedicated to help identify if your printer will work with Windows 10. There is a complete list of printers with Windows 10 drivers. If you have questions about getting the upgrade or using Windows 10, check out Microsoft’s website.


If you have upgraded to Windows 10 and have questions, please check out our HP Support Forums:

HP Notebooks

HP Printers

HP Tablets

HP Desktops

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We look forward to helping you get the most out of your help products and Windows 10.


You can also check out our support page for common issues with Windows 10 Here.

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