I've been in IT for 20+ years. Windows 7 goes end of life in 2020, which means after that time, you'll no longer be able to get updates, which are very important. Plus, if you think about it, Windows 7 is 4 operating systems old. You're better off upgrading to Windows 10 now. Just run the update from the disk, let it do the updates, and don't change the update process from automatic. It should be pretty seamless, but just may take a little time. Once a month it will install the updates in the background and reboot. You can even set when you want it to reboot. With windows 10, they got rid of "service packs" so some of the monthly updates are larger than others, so just be patient. But the updated process on Win 10 is much better than it has been in the past. You'll be fine and glad that you did the update.
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