If so, were there any problems? As far as I can tell, the Yuma (the original one, not the newer Yuma 2) just meets or slightly exceeds all the minimum requirements for processor speed, hard disk space, screen resolution, etc. required to run Windows 10. I'm therefore tempted to try to install the free upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 10 before the deadline later this week, in order to presumably extend the period in which Microsoft will provide support. But if anyone has tried it already and had a bad experience, that would be nice to know. My apologies if an answer was out there in the archives somewhere but I'm new to the forum and I drew a blank on a couple of attempts at searching for relevant past discussions. Thanks for any replies.