By Hezron Chacha | May 6, 2016 | 0 Comment
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Since the onset of release of Windows 10 free upgrade in July 2015 to date, Microsoft has recorded more than 300 million active devices. One year down the lane, the Windows 10 Free Upgrade is coming to an end soon later this July. Skeptics continue to doubt that Microsoft will kill the support on the Windows 10 free upgrade.
According to Yusuf Mahdi’s article on Windows Blog, time is running out on the Windows 10 free upgrade users. With the highest customer satisfaction rate of any version of Windows, customers are urged to grab the Windows free upgrade offer before it vanishes.
After the end of the Windows 10 free upgrade, the customers will get Windows 10 pre-installed on their new device, or pay the full price for a Windows 10 license to upgrade their current system. The consumer-grade Windows 10 Home costs $119, while Windows 10 Pro which adds some corporate-specific features runs $199.
With the competition from IOS, Linux and Android platforms, Windows hopes more users will upgrade to Windows 10 before the much anticipated Windows 10 Anniversary Update.