Microsoft: Free upgrades to Windows 10 to subscribers

Η Microsoft allows their users Windows 7 and 8.who buy one of their subscription packages Windows, like the Windows 10 Enterprise E3 and E5 through the program Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) the free upgrade to Windows 10.

"Customers who have signed up for the programs Windows 10 Enterprise E3 and E5 but also in Secure Productive Enterprise E3 and E5, can now upgrade their systems they use Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 in Windows 10, without having to buy separate upgrade licenses ", said the Microsoft in one publication of 19 in January.Windows 10

What do the above terms mean?

The Windows 10 Enterprise E3 and E5 are two new subscription packages for Windows Enterprise that the Microsoft introduced last summer. Their purpose is largely the users of small and medium-sized businesses. The package Windows 10 Enterprise E3 costs $ 84 per user per year, or $ 7 per user per month. The E5 package costs $ 168 a year or $ 14 per user per month. Both packages are available directly from Microsoft through its multiple licensing program and through its affiliates Cloud Solution Provider (CSP).

Η Microsoft is reported to be offering the new free upgrade feature from Windows 7 and 8.1 in Windows 10 through these programs for its customers who have purchased a new device with Windows and lost the free upgrade to Windows 10.


As we had predicted months before the end of the first offer, η Microsoft continues to quietly offer the opportunity to get Windows 10 for free if you try to upgrade from Windows 7 and 8 with product keys that are legal, even after the end of the free upgrade offer that officially expired on July 29 2016.

"The Windows 10 upgrade permits issued through this new offer are of indefinite duration." This means that the license will not expire or be revoked if the customer chooses to terminate their subscription to the cloud Windows”States the Microsoft.

Η Microsoft seems to be trying to increase the market share of Windows 10, which months after their release are still coming behind Windows 7.

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