Back in 2015, Microsoft allowed users with Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 to upgrade their operating system to Windows 10 for free. After some time, the same option was provided for users depending on assistive technology, and this option is still available. The Redmond software giant will end the free offer for assistive technology users by December 31, 2017.
As you may already know, currently you are able to get Windows 10 for free using your Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 key. You can use it in Windows 10 and the OS will become activated. Another way to get it is a special web site which offers the OS for free for users who use assistive technologies. Now, the Redmond software giant has decided to end the free offer for assistive technology users by the end of the year.
The free upgrade offer for Windows 10 has ended. This should finally stop the continuous nags in Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 which prompt the user to switch to the newest Windows release. However, Microsoft is still allowing users to switch to Windows 10 free of charge. Here is how you can do it.