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12-15-2022 08:08 AM
It should be since HP has W10 drivers for your PC on the support page.
To get the free upgrade from W8.1>W10, make a bootable USB installation flash drive with the Microsoft media creation tool from the link below.
After the installation media is created, do not boot from it.
Instead, open the flash drive in Windows explorer and double click to run the Setup application you see in the list of files to begin the upgrade process.
You have 10 days to go back to W8.1 in case things don't work correctly as long as you don't delete any of the upgrade files or the Windows.old folder.
12-15-2022 08:09 AM - edited 12-15-2022 04:19 PM
It can be upgraded to Windows 10.
It has support for Windows 10.
Here is the official HP driver page where you can find and download all of the required Windows 10 drivers.
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