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I have a Pavilion desktop s3750t. It runs on a Vista operating system. I want to know if it is possible to upgrade it to a newer operating system so I can purchase a new printer? 

If so how much will it cost or can I do it myself? 

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@Patricia17, welcome to the forum.

 

Since your computer is Configure To Order (CTO), I don't know exactly what components are installed.  Here are the system requirements for Win 10.  I believe that you can upgrade, but if you are not comfortable working on computers, it would be good to have it professionally done.  It will cost you $100 USD for Win 10 if you install it yourself and about $50 more if it is installed professionally.

 

Here is a guide that will help with the upgrade if you decide to do it.

 

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