Last chance to upgrade to Windows 10 for free

Alfred Osborne
January 16, 2018

Therefore at the outset, the American corporation ensured the accessibility to a free system upgradation to Windows 10 to all its users.

Windows 10 itself will also see its first ending of mainstream support in 2020.

The major advantage of using Microsoft Edge is you can start browsing on your Windows 10 PC and then continue from where you left off on your Android smartphone while on the move. The Microsoft users of licensed Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 who somehow missed installing a new OS using a special utility from Microsoft's official website, will soon be compelled to buy Windows 10.

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It's staggering to think there are people who haven't made the jump from Microsoft's easily imperfect operating system that was Windows 8 and Windows 8.1, and yet, apparently there are indeed those people.

Microsoft is close its free Windows 10 migration offer to users of Windows 8.1 within the next 24 hours as part of its winding down of support for the unloved operating system.

In comparison, Windows 8 (launched in 2012) and 8.1 (released a year later) never really took off, with Windows 7 proving popular and Windows 10 arguably more polished and less alienating for Microsoft's core customers than its immediate predecessor. We're honestly not sure why anyone wouldn't consider jumping over, outside of the fear their old computer is so old it wouldn't be supported.

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