Crunch time is fast approaching for many users, who desire to take advantage of Microsoft’s free Windows 10 upgrade offer. The software firm’s flagship operating system has been on the market for the past year. The company released the most recent revision, 1511, last November with the upcoming Anniversary Update set for August 2. For many, the upgrade can come across elusive; resulting in users giving up after exhausting various troubleshooting options. Microsoft seems to have heard the cries of distress and has decided to provide support options to help users get Windows 10 up and running before July 29 arrives.
Microsoft Provides Same Day Upgrade Service for Windows 10
For users experiencing difficulty upgrading to Windows 10, Microsoft is providing its Answers Desk experts to help you through the process. All you need to do is head on over to the Windows 10 Upgrade Challenge page and register your device at a participating retail store before 12 noon.
Get a free, same-day upgrade to Windows 10. Our Answer Desk experts are here to help you get the safest, most productive and most personal version of Windows yet. If your PC meets all of the requirements, our team will upgrade your PC to Windows 10. If we don’t upgrade your PC by close of business, you’ll get a free Dell Inspiron 15.* PC must be checked into the Answer Desk at participating retail store before 12 noon local time.
- If your PC isn’t compatible with Windows 10, we’ll recycle it and give you $150 toward the purchase of a new PC**
• Save $20 on Office 365 Home when you upgrade to Windows 10
- The eligible PC must be checked into the Answer Desk at participating retail store before 12 noon local time
- The participating retail store cannot complete a customer’s Windows 10 upgrade on an eligible PC within the same business day during regular store hours.
Don’t miss out on this limited time opportunity to get the best Windows ever, for free. To find out how to win an Xbox One when upgrading, see a store associate. Find your store and register today. Source
There is a lot of fine print with this offer, so be sure to review the details before ya get too excited…
Since launch, Windows 10 has reached 350 million users worldwide, supporting a variety of devices, including phones, game consoles, and conferencing systems. The release remains short of reaching the company’s goal of 1 billion active users by 2018. Microsoft will begin charging users to upgrade at the end of July; which might further limit the company’s progress. Users who have already upgraded successfully will be able to benefit from the operating systems new service model. Future revisions of Windows 10 such as the upcoming Anniversary Update will be free. If you have been trying to get Windows 10 installed for the past year; this might be the perfect opportunity to get some expert help and possibly a new system.
Users interested in taking advantage of the Windows 10 Upgrade Challenge; should be aware of the terms and conditions required to qualify your PC or device for servicing.
**Offer valid from June 27, 2016 to July 29, 2016, while supplies last.
Available only in Microsoft retail stores in U.S. (including Puerto Rico) and Canada.
To be eligible for trade-in, you must own the qualifying device, device must power on, battery must hold charge and not be required to be plugged in to operate, and be in fully functional, working condition without broken/missing components, cracked display/housing, liquid damage, modification(s) or have device warranty seal broken to be considered working.
Cannot be password protected, and include original chargers/accessories.
Must contain hard drive.
Devices must be running Windows 8 or newer.
Any appraised value will be determined at trade-in and provided as a Microsoft retail store credit.
All trade-ins are subject to Microsoft’s discretion and approval.
All trade-ins are final.