Microsoft makes official prices of the different versions of Windows 10 for PCs
We reported how Microsoft confirmed the official release of Windows 10 to the 29 next July, otherwise process has already begun with the appearance of the application that will serve to inform Microsoft that pass our Windows 7 or 8.1 to new version. For more information about this topic a web enabled Microsoft to resolve all doubts.
Well, we stayed pending confirmation from Microsoft of the official prices for each of the versions of Windows 10 computer, and as if we were listening leave us this information through specialized web, Neowin:
“Windows 10 Home is an Estimated retail price of $ 119. Windows 10 Pro is an Estimated retail price of $ 199. And Windows 10 Pro Pack, Which Enables you to upgrade from Windows 10 to Windows 10 Home Pro, is an Estimated retail price of $ 99. All These are available in stores or online.”
In summary for those who do not drive and the subject of English, versions of Windows 10 for all who do not want or can not upgrade your current version, will have the following prices:
- Windows 10 Home Edition: USD $ 119.
- Windows 10 Pro Edition: $ 199.
- Switch Windows 10 Home version to a Pro: $ 99.
Update features on the Microsoft website indicate:
“Windows 10 is a free update for Windows 7 SP1 devices, Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1 Update meeting the requirements to access supply. This free update is available for a period of one year from that Windows 10 is available. After the upgrade, Windows 10 will be all yours to enjoy.”
Clearly the winners in all this are those who have bought a computer with Windows “original” or buy an original license of its (Windows 7 and 8) operating systems, they will be able to get Windows 10 for free, and the rest have no choice but to shell out a good amount of dollars to try Windows 10, that talking about those who want to have everything in order and legally. Regarding the price of licenses of Windows 10 are maintained almost the same price and the previous version, something that Microsoft should check if you want a wider adoption of its operating system.