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When Microsoft ended support for Windows XP in April of 2014, roughly 95 percent of all ATMs globally were still driven by the now-dead operating system. The lesson here: financial technology providers often take the “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix approach” and shy away from operating system upgrades longer than perhaps they should. And that brings us to Windows 10.

With the recent introduction of Windows 10, Windows 7 is now two generations back. What’s more, Windows 8 may be the most despised version of Windows ever. With so many positive reviews of Windows 10 floating around the Internet, maybe you’re wondering whether your credit union should upgrade to Windows 10. The more important question at the moment is: Can your credit union upgrade to Windows 10.

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