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Free Windows 10 Upgrade Offer Is Ending Soon

When Microsoft announced the launch of Windows 10 it also announced that during the first year of life of its operating system, users who had an original license of Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 could update it for free to Windows 10. Now, if you want to upgrade your old Windows to Windows 10 then upgrade it now, as the offer is ending soon.

 

 

 

Free Windows 10 Upgrade Offer Is Ending Soon

Although many may think that free updates to the Windows 10 system were no longer available in July 2016, the fact remains that they are still available to those who use the accessibility features. Still, everything good is over, and now that exception to update Windows is also coming to an end.

The company Microsoft has published on its website the deadline to carry out the update to the operating system. This means that free updates for those who need assistive technologies will no longer be available for free after December 31, 2017.

 

 

 

Good time to update Windows

If you are one of those lazy people who were still thinking about it or who were waiting for a definitive signal, you should know that the acceptance of the tech giant Microsoft operating system seems to be on the right track, and surely many will be enough to know all the news of their latest update to take the step. The end of free updates should not have a negative impact on the acceptance of Windows 10.

 

 

 

The adoption of Windows 10 by users was quick while free updates were present, but it is also not clear that this initiative has helped the tech giant Microsoft to accelerate the change of users of other versions and motivate them to update Windows to the latest version.

Windows 10 is still not the dominant version

The statistics are useful to know that the share of use of Windows 10 in the general PC market increased from 9% in November 2015 to 29.3% in October 2017, but that does not prevent Windows 7 remains the dominant version with 46.6%.

Inertia plays a fundamental role in this regard, and whether companies are concerned about compatibility or domestic users who have already become accustomed to their old operating system, updating Windows requires a thoughtful decision or to know for sure that the change for the better it will occur.

 

 

 

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