There is a nifty little trick that you can still use to upgrade to Microsoft’s Windows 10 OS for free.
Microsoft’s Windows 10 Anniversary Update is set for a rollout today, but some of you may have missed the free Windows 10 upgrade, which the company has been offering for free since last year. Microsoft had earlier announced that it would stop offering free upgrades from July 29 and would start charging for those who want OS updates after the deadline.
If you missed the free Windows 10 update and are now spending $ 119 (approximately 7 7,942) on it, don’t worry! You can still get your hands on a free OS from Microsoft’s Accessibility website. All you have to do is download an EXE file from the website and the upgrade will start at no charge. Apparently, the company is not checking who is downloading the extension and has not announced any plans to discontinue free upgrades for support technology users.
When upgrading to Windows 10, you can take advantage of Microsoft’s free Annual Update, which promises to bring a whole new set of features to the OS. This small nifty strategy has caught the attention of many netizens, now is the time to use it before catching Microsoft Dodge.