If you’re pirating Windows right now, then you’re going to have to pay for Windows 10, contrary to earlier reports. Microsoft has issued a full clarification, stating, “in partnership with some of our valued OEM partners, we are planning very attractive Windows 10 upgrade offers for their customers running one of their older devices in a Non-Genuine state. Please stay tuned to learn more from our partners on the specifics of their offers.” which will let people with pirated copies of its OS own an official version. The confusion around this started in March, when Microsoft’s Terry Myerson told the media that the free upgrade offer for Windows 10 would extend to users pirating the OS right now.
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