It’s been a year already since Windows 10 launched? Upgrade from Windows Old to Windows 10 will no longer be complimentary [Free] by the end of today (or very early tomorrow morning, depending on your time zone), because tomorrow it’ll have to cost you a dime.
According to some online sources, the Home version will cost you $120 (roughly 404,700 UGX), while Windows 10 Pro will set you back $200 (674,400 UGX).
However, you still have a chance to upgrade if you haven’t. But first things first; make sure you’re even eligible for the upgrade, offer applies to tablets and PCs running Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 and has to meet certain system requirements, but they’re not all that intensive.
Upgrading is so much easy, a few clicks and a few instructions and you’re done.
- Back up your system. It’s not mandatory, but it’s good upgrade hygiene. Next, head to this handy Windows 10 download page (or look down on your task bar for a Windows icon).
- Double-click the Windows 10 download client, click OK when it asks if you’ll allow it to make changes, and settle in while your PC takes it from there.