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Microsoft makes it easier for SMBs to upgrade or opt out of Windows 10

Posted on Thursday, January 14 2016 @ 13:31:45 CET by


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Microsoft announced some changes for small businesses that make it easier to upgrade to Windows 10, by making the "Get Windows 10" app available for the Pro versions of Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. Additionally, Microsoft also released details on how organizations can block the Windows 10 app. You can find the full details over here.
The response to Windows 10 has been incredible with over 200 million devices running Windows 10 around the world. A portion of that excitement is due to our popular free upgrade offer on qualified Windows 7 and 8.1 devices running Windows Home and Pro editions.

Many consumers have taken advantage of this offer thanks to an easy-to-use app called “Get Windows 10”. This app introduces users to Windows 10, checks their PC for compatibility with Windows 10, and notifies the user when their PC is ready to upgrade. The Get Windows 10 app has been a popular method for consumers to quickly and easily upgrade to Windows 10.




 



 

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