Windows 10 FAQs

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Windows 10 FAQs

by Anand Khanse for The Windows Club

Microsoft is releasing Windows 10 this summer of 2015 globally, in 190 countries and 111 languages. Now that the operating system, is about to be released, we thought of presenting a guide that covers everything you may want to know, before installing it.

Windows 10 FAQs

Windows 10 will be a device lifetime service. By device lifetime service, we mean that Microsoft will continue providing updates and upgrades as long as a person is using a device running Windows 10. In that sense, Microsoft is now offering Windows 10 as A Service. There will be no Patch Tuesdays and the OS will be constantly updated. This post covers almost everything you may want to know about this new operating system, including release date, the free upgrade process, how to clean install using USB, the editions, the price, and so on.

Windows 10 Release Date
Windows 10 is scheduled to be released towards the summer of 2015. According to Microsoft, the consumer version for Home and Pro editions will be released on July 29 2015. The Enterprise edition’s release date is still not known though speculated towards end of year 2015. This will be a one-time upgrade because it is also the last operating system from Microsoft.

Windows 10 Free upgrade – Are you eligible
People using Windows 7 SP1 and Windows 8.1 Update are eligible for a free upgrade to Windows 10. Some editions of Windows 7 and 8.1, like the Enterprise edition, are not eligible for free upgrade. Read our article on Windows 10 Free Upgrade Path to know your eligibility. Windows Starter packs and RT versions are not eligible for free upgrades. Windows XP or Windows Vista users too will not be eligible. Customers running their older devices in Non-Genuine state, will probably receive a very attractive Windows 10 upgrade offer.

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1 thought on “Windows 10 FAQs”

  1. Win 10 sounds like the ultimate tracking device. Will I be able to use my machine if I’m not connected to the net? And suppose I don’t want any updates. The whole thing sounds rather sinister to me.

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