Microsoft has largely stopped offering free Windows 10 updates in July 2016, but there are some exceptions to this rule. Now, however, the free updates are coming to an end Microsoft quietly updated its site to reveal that the free update will end on December 31, 2017.

The company did not explain clearly why it took this change, but it would hardly has a dramatic effect on the uptake of Windows 10.

“If you use assistive technologies, you can upgrade to Windows 10 at no cost as Microsoft continues our efforts to improve the Windows 10 experience for people who use these technologies. Please take advantage of this offer before it expires on December 31, 2017.”

This is an important milestone that marks the official end of Microsoft’s offer to upgrade and unify Windows customer base by removing the price barrier. NetMarketShare notes that Windows 10 is used by 29.3 percent of users (in October 2017), but Windows 7 is still the dominant version above 46.6 percent. Source: Microsoft

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