Last year on July 29th, Microsoft released Windows 10, the highly anticipated update to their operating system which was basically in need of a serious overhaul since Windows 8 came out 3 years beforehand. The company promised everyone who upgraded from then until July 29th, 2016 that they’d receive the update totally for free with no hidden charges anywhere (not even to activate Windows 10 as your previous key with Windows 8.1, 8, or 7 would be used). However, starting July 29th, 2016, you’ll have to pay at least $119.99 to upgrade to Windows 10. So why spend that much money when you still can upgrade for free for another 24 hours?
To get started upgrading to Windows 10, follow Microsoft’s directions linked here. The process is very simple and straightforward. Just be sure to have any important information or data you have currently on your PC running either Windows 8.1 or 7 backed up on a flash or external drive. Windows 10 won’t delete anything unless you tell it to, however it’s always best to be safe than sorry.
If you need further assistance upgrading, let me know in the comments and I’ll try to answer to everyone.
You must log in to post a comment.