Microsoft Will Keep Windows 10 Completely Free for Users with Assistive Tech
Microsoft has announced that the July 29 end date of the free Windows 10 upgrade promo does not apply to users with assistive technologies, so they’ll continue to be allowed to install the new operating system without paying for a license.
Earlier this week, Microsoft announced that it sticks to its original plan of allowing users running Windows 7 or 8.1 to upgrade to Windows 10 free of charge for one year after the launch of the new OS, so this offer will end as originally said on July 29.
Beyond this date, everyone who wants to upgrade to Windows 10 from a Windows 7 or 8.1 computer would have to pay for a license. Windows 10 Home will cost $119 (110 EUR), just like it was the case of the Home edition of Windows 8.1.
More info on how to upgrade very soon