Microsoft’s free Windows 10 upgrade offer officially ended last week. However, the company has left a loophole. If you need to use assistive technologies, you can still upgrade for free. Microsoft also isn’t verifying if you do.
According to a tucked-away page on Microsoft’s site, users who need accessibility features can still choose to upgrade for free for an undetermined amount of time.
To sign up for the free upgrade, you simply have to check a box that says you use assistive technologies and Microsoft doesn’t seem to be verifying the claim at all so it may work even for typical users who missed the deadline.
Microsoft may rescind or modify the offer at any time, so if you want to upgrade to Windows 10 and don’t want to pay, you should probably check this out as soon as possible. To get started, head to the source link below and click Upgrade Now.
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