Microsoft Will Allow Windows 10 S Users to Upgrade to Windows 10 Home for Free
Friday, 23 February 2018 Microsoft is converting Windows 10 S from a stand-alone SKU of the operating system to a simple mode that will be available with all the other versions, but the company is also making some changes to the way users can perform upgrades. Basically, users who purchased Windows 10 S devices were allowed to upgrade to Windows 10 Pro either free of charge, thanks to a promo offered by Microsoft, or for $49. Microsoft also set a time limit for the $49 upgrade, so users had little time to decide whether the full OS version was needed or not. But with Windows 10 S becoming a mode of Windows 10, Microsoft will allow users to upgrade to the full version of Windows 10 free of charge. Only that the end destination won’t be Windows 10 Pro, but Windows 10 Home, and it will be offered without a time limit. WindowsCentral writes that moving from Windows 10 S to Windows 10 Pro will ...
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