Here is how to get your Windows 10 Pro Upgrade for free from Microsoft
You missed the major free Windows 10 upgrade, Microsoft offered to all Windows 7 and 8.1 Users? Than this might be for you!
Even the free upgrade period of Windows ended on 10 till July 29, 2016, Microsoft is still offering a free Windows 10 upgrade for people who use assistive technologies.
So, in case you use the integrated Magnifier Tool, an extra big Mouse Pointer, keyboard shortcuts, an on-screen keyboard, a narrator to read text aloud or even just a touchscreen, you already fit that requirements and quality for the free Windows 10 Upgrade, according to Microsoft.
It’s not a secret that Microsoft is trying hard to get all users to their latest Windows Version and they want to get as many people on Windows 10 as possible. But if you don’t like to pay $119 for the Home edition or $199 for the Pro edition, you should think about if you are maybe a assistive tech user.
How to get the free Windows 10 Upgrade
Microsoft doesn’t ask for any evidence that you actually use such tools, so the upgrade in general is accessible to any Windows 7 or 8.1 user who still wants to get a Windows 10 Upgrade for free but at the Microsoft Blog they said it should not be used as a workaround for people who don’t use that technology.
Let your conscience be your guide.
1From your Windows 7 or 8.1 device, go to the “Windows 10 free upgrade for customers who use assistive technologies” website.
2Click the “Upgrade now >” button.
3Run the executable file to install the upgrade.
4Follow the screens until Windows 10 is installed and ready to use.
Buy Windows 10 instead
If the free offer for users of assistive technologies is not the right fit for you, because you either not in need of that technology or you’re not running Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 (which is necessary to upgrade), you can still get your Windows 10 License online within just a click.
Check out this great offers and upgrade to Windows 10 that way.