Windows 10 free upgrade is still available two years after the offer ‘expired’
If you’re running Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 and you recently decided to upgrade to Windows 10, we have a good piece of news for you: the free upgrade offer is still valid.
Yes, you read that right, you can still download Windows 10 on your computer for free.
As a quick reminder, Microsoft initially said that Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users would be able to install the latest OS version on their devices for free within the first 12 months following Windows 10’s release.
Fortunately, you don’t have to shell out $119 to get Windows 10 because the free upgrade offer is still valid.
Download Windows 10 for free in 2017
All you need to do in order to install Windows 10 at no extra cost is go to Microsoft’s accessibility site and hit the download button. It’s that simple. Follow the on-screen instructions that the upgrade assistant displays and you’ll be able to use the latest OS version in less than one hour.
However, the only catch is that your computer needs to run the genuine Windows 7 or 8.1 package in order to download the update.
Microsoft won’t verify if or you are using assistive technologies or not, and will let you download Windows 10 without spending one single penny.
The Fall Creators Update hasn’t ended the free upgrade offer
Many users expected Microsoft to close the free upgrade loophole as soon as Windows 10 version 1709 arrived. That didn’t happen and the offer is still available today.
It appears that Microsoft isn’t planning to block this loophole anytime soon. Obviously, the company is aware that users who don’t rely on assistive technologies do use this loophole to upgrade for free. This is actually beneficial for Microsoft, allowing the company to increase the Windows 10 user base.
The Redmond giant has indeed confirmed that it would close this loophole sometime in the future, but has yet to confirm the exact date.
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