Microsoft Develops A Tool That Suggests A Perfect Windows 10 Laptop Based On Your Preferences

As we already know Windows 7 end of support deadline is just a few hours away, Microsoft is pushing its users to switch to Windows 10. The company recommends its users that they should consider buying a new laptop rather than sticking to their old devices in order to avoid driver compatibility issues.

Microsoft has now decided to make it easier for you to choose the computer the fits your needs. The Redmond giant has designed a “Help me choose” page for this purpose. The page basically suggests a specific Windows PC for you based on your needs and preferences.

So, if you are interested to get a new laptop, you need to head over to Microsoft’s site. Here Microsoft takes into consideration six different attributes to analyze your requirements. More specifically, its a kind of survey that takes your input regarding usage, performance, ports, screen size, brands, and priority before coming up with a suggestion.

Your New Windows 10 Laptop Is Just A Few Steps Away

Once you have completed the process, the website will offer the best fit and three alternative laptop options with similar specifications. It is interesting to see that the tool is not biased towards Microsoft’s own Surface lineup. You may probably get an honest suggestion on different options from other vendors as well.

However, it mainly depends on the brands that you choose while submitting the form. Unlike all other third-party tools, it’s pretty impressive to see that the tool asks for what matters the most for you amongst features, performance, screen size and brand.

Finally, the website takes a few seconds to find the best match for you. It provides different specifications such as price, how the laptop matches your selection and in what aspects it is different. Speaking of additional suggestions, the help me choose tool gave me the following alternative options for laptop:

Microsoft's help me choose tool
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Moreover, there is also an option that lets you compare the recommendations to make a purchase decision.

Do you think that its a good step by Microsoft to help its users? or is Microsoft just running a Windows 10 promotional campaign to increase its user base? Let us know in the comments section below.


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