Windows 10 Free Upgrade Is Still Available For Installation
Windows 10 Free Upgrade Is Still Available For Installation

Still want to upgrade to Windows 10, don’t worry just hold on, as the Windows 10 Free Upgrade campaign might’ve ended months ago but the activation workaround is still available.

Windows 10 Free Upgrade Is Still Available For Installation

It was in late July when the tech giant Microsoft ended officially Windows 10 offer period. But the Redmond company still allows the update of Windows 7 or 8.1 to Windows 10, without any money. Yes, it means users’ doesn’t require to pay any amount for this upgrade.

So, now, let’s learn how to upgrade your Windows 7 or 8.1 to the new version of Windows 10 for free:-

In August this 2016, we reported that the tech giant Microsoft will continue to provide the free upgrade to Windows 10. Although it has been several months, the tech giant Microsoft still continuing the free upgrade program to the users without any cost in an official way. So, do not forget that in India, Windows 10 Home costs ₹7,999.00 and Windows 10 PRO costs ₹14,999.00 (already with VAT included).

So, how to get Windows 10 for free?

The process is very simple. First just to go to this page and then click on Update Now Button.

After that, you will be downloaded an installation tool that will check if your machine meets the minimum requirements, both disk space, RAM, and CPU. Then just wait for Windows 10 to be downloaded and installed on the machine.

Remember that it is not known how long it will be available, so it is the best option for you to upgrade to Windows 10 right now. So, do not wait much or else the tech giant Microsoft could change its mind soon.

However, on its site, they itself mentioned that “For the general public, the free upgrade offer to Windows 10 ends on 29 July. However, if you use assistive technologies, you can still get the free upgrade offer even after the general public deadline expires, as Microsoft continues our efforts to improve the Windows 10 experience for people who use these technologies”.



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