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Don't miss the last chance to upgrade to Windows 10

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If you are one of those souls who still hasn't upgraded his/her desktop version to Microsoft's Windows 10, even though it was free for one full year, then stop regretting and start working.

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We know, the offer ended on 29th July, but still, there's a way by which you can upgrade your system.

Though the offer has ended for general public, the free upgrade offer of Windows 10 is still available for users using assistive technologies, such as screen readers and voice recognition products.

But there's good news for the general public also. According to TheNextWeb, the upgrade installation process isn’t restricting the offer to people using assistive technologies and is neither checking the same before installation. So, this means that anyone of you can go ahead and still enjoy the benefits of Windows 10 from today onwards.

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Microsoft is releasing the ‘much-awaited’ Anniversary Update for the OS tomorrow, which brings with it a slew of updates to the current user experience, with the added benefit of new features.

Post the anniversary update, one will have unprecedented access to Native Bash Shell on Windows PC, courtesy a partnership with Canonical. Additional functionality like Windows Ink Workspace to allow you to draw and sketch using a host of styluses, Cortana on the lock screen, extensions for the Edge Browser will also be available to enhance your Windows experience.

So, if you’re now ready and keen to upgrade to Windows 10, then open this link and click the ‘Upgrade Now’ button to get started. Enjoy!

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