Microsoft: Windows 7 SP1 will be automatically upgraded to Windows 10

Microsoft Vice President Joe Belfiore introduced the new one 10 Windows Technical Preview at the TechEd conference in Barcelona. Many of the features of the new operating system are already available and known to the company's friends, but Belfiore also provided some unknown details about how to upgrade from older operating systems.Windows 10
Belfiore explained during the conference that users currently running Windows 7 Service Pack 1 on their computers will be able to upgrade to Windows 10 directly from their operating system without having to format on their computer

Some patches that will come through Windows Update will make the upgrade possible through the system just as it is with the Technical Preview. Users who want to download and install Windows 10 Technical Preview in Windows 7 can do so automatically by using an update that is sent through Windows Update.

Belfiore did not say anything about the upgrade pricing, and everyone is waiting to find out if it's free or not.

We've read at times that Microsoft is planning a completely new approach to Windows 10 traffic in terms of pricing, with the upgrade delivered for free to some Windows users.

It seems that Windows 8.1 users are much more likely to benefit from this offer, but there are some who say that Windows 7 users could have some discount after the official release of Windows 10.

Obviously, it is too early to discuss any details, but we expect Windows 10 to be offered to Windows 7 users at least with a fairly good discount. Why Microsoft should persuade older Windows users with its new operating system. This will probably be quite difficult as Windows 7 is already installed on 50% of computers globally.

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