PC owners with Windows 7 and 8.1 installed, and also use assistive technology, can still get Microsoft's upgrade to Windows 10 for free beyond the July 29 deadline. The company has set up a web page with a link to a client that will download the OS to the PC.
In a blog post, Microsoft stated:
The web page itself also has some additional information on this extension to the free Windows 10 offer, including this note:
It's not immediately clear just how Microsoft determines how an older PC uses assistive technology, and thus is eligible for the extension to the company's free Windows 10 upgrade.
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