Samsung calls “don’t upgrade to Windows 10” advice a mistake

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Just yesterday we reported on the fact that Samsung was telling its customers not to update to Windows 10. Today, Samsung is apologizing for that and is instead advising customers to visit the Samsung website for more detailed information on the Windows 10 upgrade.

In an updated story published on TheRegister, (which originally reported on the Samsung situation,) a Samsung  spokesperson notes that, “a customer service representative mistakingly provided incorrect information about Windows 10 upgrades for Samsung Notebooks.” The spokesperson also notes:

We would like to remind our customers that they can visit the Samsung website where there is detailed information on the Windows 10 upgrade applicability for each Samsung notebook model run by Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1.

So, with with the Windows 10 Anniversary Update just about a month away, this could be seen as better news for Samsung customers who would like to upgrade and get the latest features out of the Windows 10 operating system.