Upgrade Windows10 - Time is Running Out

By nishasmo.binary ·
Tags: Windows
Take the advantage to reserve your free upgrade to Windows 10 until 29 July 2016.
Once you have upgraded the Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 to Windows 10, Microsoft will continue to keep the updates regarding the Windows 10 without spending any single penny. After 29 July you will be able to purchase full licensed key of Windows 10 for $119.

The countdown begins and free upgrade offer is coming to an end soon. Windows 10 is designed to compatible with new devices running like Win8.1 and visit the specifications of Windows 10: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/windows-10-specifications?OCID=win10_null_vanity_win10specs

Note: For upgrading Windows 10 Microsoft will provide the tutorial of “How to Upgrade Windows 10”

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The other shoe.

by jdlech In reply to Upgrade Windows10 - Time ...

I've been saying this for about a year now.
Microsoft is NOT a charity. They don't just give away 300 million copies of a $120 software package for free. There's a catch. MS is in business to make money. And from the start, they had a plan to make money off of W10.
And now it's starting to become clear where the other shoe will fall.
Right now, it's an option to have MS collect all sorts of information about you and your computing habits.
Right now, it's an option to let them share all that data with 3rd party advertisers.
Right now, it's an option to let MS turn your OS into their own private ad server.
Right now, it's an option to let MS funnel you into their app store.
Right now, it's an option to let MS use your computer, your bandwidth, your network, to serve their content to others.
Right now, it's an option to let W10 take control of file associations - rendering your 3rd party software difficult to use.
These are options you can turn off or revert back to normal.... for now.
A year from now, I highly doubt any of these will remain options you can turn off.

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by john.a.wills In reply to The other shoe.

jdlech writes that Microsoft plans "to make money off of W10". Off WHAT of W10?

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