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windows 10 free upgrade for windows 7 and 8 users

Fadiyah Sameh
Fadiyah Sameh
Posted: 2015-04-04

Windows 10 is an Operating System, also known as Threshold and was first presented at the Build Conference in 2014. It aims to unify Windows PC, Phone, Embedded and Xbox One with some added features like HoloLens and Surface Hub. These all in all will be standardized as “Windows Apps”, an evolution of Windows 8 platform of Windows Runtime. It harmonizes the functionality and user experience between the devices of various classes and even addresses the shortcomings of the user interface which were introduced in Windows 8. The best part about Windows 10 is that it will legally offer free upgrade to licensed Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users during its first year of readiness. However, those consumers whose Software Assurance (SA) agreement have expired or have enterprise license covering existing Windows versions will not be entitled to upgrade their Windows versions to Windows 10. The up gradation will be carried over the status of license from Windows previous copy of the user. The Windows 10 version upgraded on a pirated device or on Windows non-genuine copy will be well-thought-out as non-genuine, even if Microsoft doesn’t prevent its upgrade to those versions. The features of Windows 10 will include Windows Store app which would run on various platforms and devices like Xbox One, tablet, smartphone and other devices compatible with Windows 10. Also its user interface will change the behavior as per the input methods available and the device that is being used. A new Start menu has been added which will have all the list of applications and the menu be expanded to full screen or resized according to the display. The “WIMBoot” mode of Windows 8.1 has also been enhanced in system and security which would occupy less space. Though, some of the old hardware may not be supported by Windows 10, but most of the basic requirements to install it are same as Windows 8.1. See how to upgrade to Windows 10 here: Upgrade to Windows 10

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