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If you have not upgraded your PC from Windows 7, 8, or 8.1 to Windows 10, then you should consider that. Microsoft has confirmed that July 29 will be the last day for users to upgrade to Windows 10 without paying.
The first step in alerting users of the fact that the free upgrade to Windows 10 is coming out of your computer is that the Get Windows 10 application is disabled. And some time later, this application will be completely removed from the system. Through this move, Microsoft seems to want to emphasize that now is the time to upgrade to Windows 10.
When Microsoft launched Windows 10 product key, they promised users would be able to upgrade to this free version in the first year in order to encourage users to upgrade. But now, "free meals" have come to an end, and from July 30 onwards, users will pay about $ 144 if they want to use Windows 10.
On the other hand, Microsoft office 2016 product key has also hinted at this to boast of the success of Windows 10. According to Microsoft, Windows 10 is currently being installed on 200 million devices operating worldwide; New Edge browser recorded 63 billion minutes of use in March (up 50% since last quarter); Cortana has answered over 6 billion questions since its launch ... And Windows 10 seems to have the highest customer satisfaction rate in the Windows operating system. Those are not bad results.
With this new confirmation from Microsoft, Windows product key users only have about two and a half months to upgrade to Windows 10 for free.
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