Microsoft has officially ended the free upgrade to Windows 10 last week, however, the tech giant is offering a free upgrade extension to Windows 7 and Windows 8 users who use assistive technologies. All of us are aware that the free upgrade to Windows 10 for general users has been restricted, but the free upgrade extension loophole is inviting users of Windows 7 or 8 to upgrade to Windows 10 for free at no risk.
The trick to download the Windows 10 for free is simple. All you have to do is to download an EXE file from Microsoft’s upgrade accessibility site, and the free Windows 10 upgrade will begin. The tech giant might be aware of the issue, but it wants to increase the presence of Windows 10 globally, giving a tough rival to its competitors.
Microsoft hasn’t officially announced the end date for the free upgrade to accessibility users, but we can expect a public announcement regarding the same soon. Microsoft will begin rolling out the Windows 10 Anniversary Update to Windows 10 for free starting today. The Anniversary Update includes a lot of features, including Cortana improvements, Windows Ink, Microsoft Edge extensions, and a lot more tweaks and new features.