In a recent development, Microsoft has taken steps to close a longstanding loophole that allowed users to upgrade from Windows 7/8 to Windows 10 for free. The decision underlines Microsoft’s commitment towards channelling users to obtain genuine licenses, ensuring a seamless and secure user experience. This news can be found detailed in an official announcement from Microsoft.
The post states:
“Microsoft’s free upgrade offer for Windows 10 / 11 ended July 29, 2016. The installation path to obtain the Windows 7 / 8 free upgrade is now removed as well. Upgrades to Windows 11 from Windows 10 are still free.“
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In light of the recent loophole closure, ensuring the genuineness of your Windows 10 license is now more critical than ever. Transitioning to SMART for your product key needs is a prudent step towards securing genuine licenses, adhering to Microsoft’s licensing terms, and ultimately, fostering a trustworthy and secure refurbishing ecosystem.
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