After windows 10 was released in 2015, Microsoft launched a policy to allow users of Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 genuine to upgrade for free, with a time limit of one year.
Then there were a lot of interesting stories, such as
Strictly speaking, since July 2016, win7 upgrade win10 has to be charged. Initially, Microsoft did the same, but users have found that free upgrade seems still feasible.
For the reason, Microsoft employee u/CokeRobot said it was an official intention not to fix the loophole.Microsoft has long been unable to make money by selling Windows licenses, and the real profit is software such as Office 365. So the giant is more concerned with the volume of upgrades than with creating barriers to renewal. In fact, the Win 7 era piracy rampant Microsoft.
Win7's official support will end on January 14, 2020, and it will be possible to convert as many Win7 users as possible to the Win10 platform within the next month and a half.
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