Not sure whether you want to upgrade to Windows 10 when it launches this July 29th? Well don’t worry, you have exactly one year from that date to decide. Microsoft announced back in January that the free upgrade offer will last one year after the launch of Windows 10, meaning July 29th, 2016 is the last day you can upgrade for free.
Once that date passes, you’ll have to pay for Windows 10. Nobody wants to pay for Windows 10, right? So make sure you get upgraded before then, otherwise you’ll be paying a hefty price for something you could have had for free. Microsoft has confirmed that July 29, 2016 is the last day you can take advantage of the free upgrade offer in their Windows 10 FAQ released earlier today.
If you’ve already decided on upgrading, you can reserve your copy now via the ‘Get Windows 10’ app. This will enable pre-loading, meaning when July 29th hits, you will get updated straight away with no download times, making for a super smooth experience.
So, have you reserved your free copy of Windows 10 yet or are you still not sure?Further reading: Microsoft, Windows 10