You can still get Windows 10 for free

You can still get Windows 10 for free

Microsoft launched Windows 10 on July 29, 2015 and for a year people could get the latest and presumably last Windows version for free. All this ended on July 29, 2016 and now you are required to pay USD 120 in order to get the newest version of Windows. Or are you?

It turns out that you can still get Windows 10 for free from Microsoft’s web site. The US software giant now allows people who use “assistive technologies” to get Windows 10 at no cost. But Microsoft leaves the door wide open for all people who want Windows 10 to get it absolutely for free. For instance – the OS is available in numerous world languages and what’s more important – there’s no definition of “assistive technologies”, there isn’t a expiry date for this offer and there’s no check whatsoever if you use “assistive technologies” or not. This means that virtually anyone can still get Windows 10 for free – just follow this link if you prefer the new OS in English.

Well, this might be a new attempt in disguise on behalf of Microsoft to get more and more people to use Windows 10. Is this so – we will never know for sure.

Source: Microsoft

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