Microsoft Windows 10 free upgrade offer ends on July 29

Microsoft Windows 10 free upgrade offer ends on July 29

Microsoft targets to run Windows 10 on a billion devices by 2018, and a major portion of that depends on encouraging users to upgrade their older Windows edition to Windows 10. But Windows 10 would not be free after 29 July. Microsoft is planning to shut down its free update to its latest version and then you will be forced to pay. For all those who are dodging the update, now is the time to do it.Microsoft Windows 10 free upgrade offer ends on July 29, so, if you want until next month, you will have to pay a pretty penny.

Here is the concise summary of how to install Windows 10, what it offers and how much you will have to pay after July.

The features of Window 10 are that it boots and runs faster than Windows 7, 8, 8.1. It offers better security,  a new default browser, a new windows management features and also includes mixing features like Cortana. You will be happy to see the comeback of the start menu. It works fine on touchscreens and tablets without negotiating the desktop experience.


Windows 10 as discussed above is only free for its user till 29TH July. After that, you will have to pay to update the operation system.

  • Windows 10 Home at present costs $120 from the Microsoft store
  • The cost of Windows 10 Pro at the moment is $200 from the Microsoft store.
  • Upgrading from Windows 10 Home to Windows 10 Pro will cost you $100.

So if don’t wish to pay for the update, update now.

Microsoft Windows 10 free upgrade offer ends on July 29

Microsoft Windows 10 free upgrade offer ends on July 29


Firstly devices running on Windows RT, Vista, XP, or an older Windows OS cannot enjoy the free upgrade.  Only the users of Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 are eligible for it. All you need to do is go to Windows 10 upgrade page and download the upgrade tool. Use media creation to install or reinstall Window 10 by using either USB flash drive or a DVD.


Don’t worry if you don’t like the new operating system you can always go back to your old version. But you need to act quickly because the backup is deleted after a month to create space. To switch to your old version, follow the steps below

  1. Open SETTINGS from START menu
  3. Click on RECOVERY
  4. From here you choose your previous version

On the whole, if you plan to use your current computer past the support of your current operating system, it is better to upgrade it while it is free. Except if you are planning to buy a new computer then sticking to your present operating system.

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