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PC with genuine Windows is still illegal after Windows 10 update
Microsoft has announced details about his plan to Windows 10 also be offered as an update to users with a counterfeit version of Windows 7 or 8.1. After the update, Microsoft’s Windows operating system still regard as illegal.
Thus users can not PCs “launder” through the timely perform an update to Windows 10, according to a statement from Microsoft to Ars Technica. “If a device for the update were considered non-legal apparatus that will remain as a non-legally be considered after the update.” Microsoft released the news about the updates Wednesday.
Microsoft says it wants to update the illegal Windows installations to ensure that people with an illegal version of Windows have “the best possible experience.” Presumably they want after the update that also people somehow move to buy a license.
The step will be, as many people upgrade from an illegal version of Windows, in any case can ensure that Windows 7 is not the next Windows XP. That version of the operating system is still in use in many places, even after the stopped support from MicrosoftViewing:-239
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