Windows came with a request for its users. All users were informed that Windows 7 couldn’t be supported anymore. And that it will be the right moment for users to upgrade to Windows 10.
One of the reasons for this change is that if you have Windows 10 installed, you will be able to get the most recent updates so that the device is more secure. Of course, this news has created controversy amongst users, and the reasons were well-founded.
Some of the users were told that they don’t want to change anything about Windows 7 because they got used to it and don’t want to abandon the traditional windows and embrace the new version, which includes apps like Cortana and Microsoft Store.
Another reason was about the price, not the value of it, but some users don’t want to pay for Windows 10.
Windows 7 Users Can Still Upgrade to Windows 10 for FREE
The upgrades for Windows 7 can be made without any charge, as long as it will be used as a legitimate Windows 7. After Windows 10 was released, the company made a promo period where you can upgrade your apps. After that period ends, users will be charged for upgrades.
Although the company had this offer until July 2016, Microsoft has decided that it will be available even after the deadline ends. Now users confirm that if you go with Windows 10, instead of Windows 7, you won’t be charged for anything. This change will be free.
By allowing users to use Windows 10 without any costs, the company is going to please its costumers, and I think that this is one of the most important things.
Also, the company will not be able to give any support for Windows 7, so, in this case, if all users will start to upgrade their devices with Windows 10, it will be a win-win situation. Windows 7 has no longer received support since January 14, 2020.
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