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Hello, I have a question. My Notebook is Pavilion DV2, and the system is running slow with Windows 7 program. I want to change the program, is it compatible with Windows10 or not?

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@Ae-Chi
Thank you for posting on the HP Support Community.

 

HP PCs manufactured before August of 2013 might not have a complete set of hardware and/or drivers required to use all of the features in Windows 10.

  • HP is not testing or developing Windows 10 drivers for these PC products.

  • If you choose to use Windows 10 some features, applications, and connected devices might not work as expected.

  • If you still wish to proceed with using Windows 10 on an untested system, please visit the Windows support site (in English) for information and support.

  • Already running Windows 10 on an untested device? To find available drivers for these products, see Where Do I Find Windows 10 Drivers and Software for My Model?

New HP PCs designed for Windows 10 provide the highest level of functionality and allow you to take full advantage of the new OS features. Shop for a new HP PC.
 

Hope this helps! Keep me posted for further assistance.
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