July 29th was the last day for Windows 7 and 8.1 users to upgrade to the free version of Windows 10. And if you have missed this awesome offer or don’t want to take it even though the plan to upgrade is already circling in your mind, then the only option you have to purchase the copy of the operating system.
However, this is not entirely true. You can still get the Window 10 even after the deadline has expired. And that too you can get it free legally and without going through a tedious process. Some months back (i.e. three months), Microsoft had announced that those customers having accessibility needs often use assistive technologies. They will be easily able to continue getting the Windows 10 for free.
Furthermore, the firm has launched the upgrade version of the website making it possible. As per the new website, it stated that the general public will be getting the free upgrade of the Windows 10 and this ends on July 29. But if you are using the assistive technologies, then you can still be accessible to the free upgrade offer. This is even though the general public deadline has expired.
For quite some time Microsoft has been trying to make various efforts to improvise the experience of using Windows 10 for people who are technologically advanced and interested. For users who are using the assistive technologies, they do can the chance to opt for the free upgrade. So, to upgrade to the free version, all the user has to do is just click on the Upgrade Now button. And by doing so, the user is not only confirming to the assistive technology usage but providing a proof to the Microsoft about it.
Frankly, the upgrade offer and its extensions are not indefinite. Also, there is no word currently at the moment with regard to when the extension will end.