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Microsoft: Windows Insider program is not a free upgrade path for XP users to Windows 10
Microsoft has made it possible that Windows 10 can be free for anyone, even if they don't have a previous install of Windows, but seeing as the OS is a free upgrade, this won't impact many users.
Microsoft is now rolling out its latest Windows 10 Mobile preview build - but handsets running the last Insider Preview, build 10080, won't be able to upgrade directly to the newest release.
Microsoft has been quite aggressive with getting Windows 8.1 users to reserve their copy of Windows 10, and now they are taking it one step further with the 8.1 OOBE.
With Windows 10 just around the corner, there has been a lot of confusion regarding the upgrade one of which is: "Why can't I see the Get Windows 10 app?" Microsoft has answered this question as well.
Several features included with Windows 7 and 8.1 will no longer work when you upgrade to Windows 10, among them: native DVD playback, Desktop Gadgets and Media Center.
Microsoft has said that after you perform an update to Windows 10, if you need to perform a clean install, the upgrade license will allow you to do this in order to restore your PC.
Microsoft has confirmed that the pricing of Windows 10 Home and Pro will remain the same as Windows 8 and to upgrade from Home to Pro will cost you $99.
Microsoft has now confirmed the launch date of Windows 10 - but do you plan to upgrade to the new OS when it's released on July 29? Or are you planning to wait, or maybe even give it a miss entirely?
Microsoft has announced that Windows 10 will be arriving at the end of July and for those of you who will be upgrading, they have clarified which version you will receive.
Microsoft has announced that Windows 10 will be available from July 29, and as previously revealed, users on Windows 7 and 8.1 will qualify for a free upgrade in the first year.
In a new blog post on Microsoft's Australian Partner site, the company has confirmed that after one year, Windows 10 upgrade will not be free for consumers who are upgrading to the new OS.
The past few weeks has created some confusion about what happens if you upgrade a non-genuine build of Windows to Windows 10. To clear the air, Microsoft has finally come forward about the process.
According to a new statement from Microsoft, the company isn't actually looking to upgrade pirated Windows versions to a licensed Windows 10. Instead those who upgrade will remain unlicensed pirates.
If you are planning to upgrade to Windows 10 later this year, Microsoft has published the supported upgrade paths for the OS which includes using Windows Update and a clean install with an ISO.
Microsoft is ending mainstream support for Windows 7 SP1, but you don't need to worry too much about it. Seeing the work the company is doing with Windows 10, will you consider upgrading to it?
Microsoft's Gabriel Aul says that the company intends to allow users who have installed Windows 10 preview builds to upgrade directly to the RTM version of the OS when it launches next year.
Microsoft has said that all Lumia handsets running Windows Phone 8 onwards will be upgraded to Windows 10, and it has also mentioned the prospect of new handsets designed for Windows 10 on the way.
If you're on Verizon's FiOS service, the company has some good news for you: from today, it's introducing a huge boost to its upstream speeds, with uploads up to five times faster, free of charge.
A new Samsung advert for its Galaxy S5 flagship smartphone is asking users of its ageing S3 device who use the camera heavily to upgrade, by pointing out how the S5 has superior photo-shooting powers.
Google has announced improvements to its Glass wearable device, offering better performance thanks to a big increase in RAM, along with greater battery life and a handful of software enhancements.
China's government plans to stick with Windows XP, with patches from domestic security providers, according to an official who says the cost of upgrading to Windows 8 would be "fairly expensive".
Vimeo has launched a new version of its video player. Re-engineered from the ground up it offers great performance and speed improvements as well as some fancy features thanks to HTML5.
In a bid to get folks to upgrade from out of date, (pirated) copies of Windows XP, Microsoft is greatly discounting the price of Windows 8 in China. Starting on November 11th for two weeks.
The Xbox Music app on Windows 8.1 has just received an update that brings some important UI changes, and some bug fixes. The app also dropped the Preview title and has now graduated to Gold.
WinApp_Manager is like the Linux package manager, but for Windows. It can update programs you already have installed and it's also possible to install other free programs.
Yes, it's finally here. We are upgrading Invision Power Board from 3.2 to 3.4.5. So for now the forums are offline. We appreciate your patience as the server hamsters enjoy a well earned break.
As we prepare to upgrade to Invision Board 3.4.5 we need to make changes to our huge (8+GB) database, and that requires among other things a database conversion.
Following news that Microsoft will stop supporting Windows Phone 8 in 2014, the company has reminded users that devices will still be supported through future versions of the mobile operating system.
Thursday is the final day for people who bought a new Windows 7 PC from June 2nd to January 31st to take advantage of Microsoft's offer for a downloadable upgrade to Windows 8 for just $14.99.
Microsoft is now requiring that people who purchase a new PC with Windows 7 installed to provide the Windows 7 product ID to get the promised $14.99 upgrade to Windows 8.
A flaw that has been discovered on BT's website allows anyone with access to your landline phone number and postcode to upgrade the phone package you subscribe to.
If you're currently running an older version of Windows and want to upgrade to Windows 8 when it's released, you might want to look at Amazon.com's upgrade deal.
Apple will today start rolling out iOS 6 to the world, and we have put together a guide for who can upgrade to it, when, the new (major) features and how you can get it.
Now that some people have had Windows 8 for around two weeks, we have got a pretty good idea about the upgrade experience from Windows 7 (or earlier) we asked our members to share this experience.
Lenovo has confirmed that it will not be offering a rebate for Microsoft's $14.99 Windows 8 upgrade charge for people who purchase a new Windows 7 PC from the world's second biggest PC maker.
If for some reason you prefer to upgrade from the Release Preview to the final build of Windows 8, this is now possible with a workaround. Using the same trick applied to Windows 7, it can be done.
Microsoft is now allowing people who purchased a new Windows 7 PC on or since June 2 to register for their discounted $14.99 upgrade to Windows 8, which will be available for download October 26th.
Samsung has launched its own smartphone hardware refund service, offering people who purchase a new Samsung smartphone a way to get up to $300 for their old smartphone from a variety of companies.
Two prominent Microsoft insiders have received an email stating that Microsoft could be doing away with retail versions of Windows 8, instead offering only two choices: an Upgrade and OEM version
Have you been testing out Windows 8? Well then you too are able to make use of the $39.99 Windows 8 Pro upgrade promotion, so long as you have a valid license of a past Windows version
Microsoft has just announced the upgrade price for all editions of WIndows in 131 markets, coming in at $39.99, Microsoft is making it hard to resist the upgrade.
More plans for how users can upgrade from their version of Windows 7 to Windows 8 have been leaked, along with details of how people can upgrade from Windows XP and Windows Vista.
Microsoft has finally confirmed earlier reports that it will offer people who purchase a new Windows 7 PC a chance to upgrade to Windows 8 Pro for $14.99 starting June 2nd.
Following last week's leak of Microsoft's planned promotion to allow buyers of Windows 7 PCs to upgrade cheaply to Windows 8 down the line, the price has now been revealed, and it's nice and low.
The new BlackBerry 10 OS represents a new start for RIM - and for its users, as they're told by CEO Thorsten Heins that their current-generation BlackBerry 7 handsets cannot be upgraded to BB10.
The developer-evangelist who raised the hopes of so many by claiming that current Windows Phone handsets would see an update to Windows Phone 8 has retracted his claim, blaming it on a simple mistake.
Contrary to an earlier claim, multiple sources say that Microsoft will NOT provide a Windows Phone 8 update to current-generation handsets, but the company maintains its wall of silence on the matter.
We hope that you're enjoying your mid-March weekend today, and as always we are posing a question today that you can answer. This week, we are asking you how often you upgrade your mobile phone
Six weeks after promising to double the speeds of its broadband customers free of charge, Virgin Media's upgrades have begun, with a new website for customers to find out when their upgrade is due.