Tuesday, 21 November 2017
Windows 10

How to Get Windows 10 for Free from Microsoft’s Accessibility Site

Windows 10 was available as a free upgrade for one year, but that offer finally ended on July 29, 2016. However, Microsoft has left open a small backdoor that you can exploit to get the Windows 10 upgrade after the deadline. You can still get windows 10 for free from Microsoft’s accessibility site. Microsoft still provides a free Windows 10 upgrade to anyone who checks a box saying they use assistive technologies on their computer. This free upgrade works just like Windows 10’s previous upgrade offer.

How to Get a Free Windows 10 Upgrade

Here’s what you need to do:

  • Make sure you are already running Windows 7, 8, or 8.1 with a valid license.
  • Back up all your data before you begin.
  • Go to www.microsoft.com/accessibility/windows10upgrade
  • Click Upgrade Now to download the Windows 10 Upgrade Assistant Tool.
  • Run the Windows 10 Upgrade Assistant. Accept Microsoft licence agreement and click next.
    Windows 10 Upgrade Assistant Tool
  • Then upgrade tool will download the latest release of Windows 10,
    Windows 10 Free Upgrade
  • Once download complete, you need to restart your PC to start the installation process.

Once the upgrade is complete, your PC will be running Windows 10 and will have a “digital license” that lets you reinstall Windows 10 at any point in the future.

This upgrade offer probably won’t last forever. However, Microsoft says it will issue a public announcement before the upgrade offer ends.

Read : Windows 10 System Requirements and pricing

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