Microsoft has already confirmed that people in the US who want to install Windows 10 on a new PC will have to pay $119 for Windows 10 Home and $199 for Windows 10 Professional. Now the 'Get Windows 10' app has managed to reveal that UK residents will pay £99.99 for the stand-alone version of Windows 10 Home while the Eurozone price will be €135.
The app, as noted by Neowin and Microsoftinsider.es, is offered for people who have Windows 7 and 8.1 on their PC. It now shows the local pricing for Windows 10 Home, with the price cut out and "free" put in since those PCs are eligible for Microsoft's free one-year upgrade offer.
Officially, the app says this is the "estimated retail price" for the OS and that "actual prices may vary". However, with just over one month to go before Windows 10 goes live on July 29, we don't expect these prices to change between now and then.
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