Windows 10 Home stand-alone price will be $119, Windows 10 Pro to cost $199
Microsoft will sell a stand-alone version of the Windows 10 Home SKU for $119 to consumers who want to install it on a new PC, along with Windows 10 Professional for $199. The company has now confirmed this news after online retailer NewEgg.com posted what turned out to be incorrect prices for Windows 10 Home and Windows 10 Professional on Saturday.
According to what a company spokesperson told CNET, people who want to upgrade from Windows 10 Home to Windows 10 Pro will be able to do so with a $99 upgrade. Microsoft has already announced that owners of Windows 7 and 8.1 PCs will be able to get a free upgrade to Windows 10 for one year after it officially launches on July 29.
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In regards to to your friend's dilemma wouldn't be easier to get cheap tablets running windows 8.1 and install the PayPal here app?
They should have made a monthly plan like the one for Office 365.
Sorry, I lost track to my previous similar comment on the other article.
If they want everyone on Windows 10 they need to make it more attractive for everyone.