Free Windows 10 Pro Upgrade Available for Windows 10 Users with Assistive Tech
Friday, 19 May 2017 Windows 10 S is Microsoft’s version of Windows 10 that’s specifically aimed at the education sector, and it will also be running on the company’s very own Surface Laptop shipping next month. As Microsoft announced at its press event earlier this month, Windows 10 S will be limited to Windows Store apps, but users who want full Win32 support can purchase the upgrade from the Store and perform it all automatically without the need for any other extra step. Furthermore, Surface Laptop buyers will be allowed to upgrade to Windows 10 Pro free of charge by the end of this year, and today the company has revealed another important offer for its users. Similar Windows 10 upgrade offer for Windows 7, 8.1 Windows 10 S systems with assistive technologies will be allowed to make the switch to Windows 10 Pro completely free of charge, most likely because the latter features better support for accessibility tools. “We believe Windows 10 S is great for many cu...
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