As a quick reminder, the Redmond giant initially introduced this loophole to allow assistive technology users to install the latest Windows 10 version for free.
Later on it was proved that all Windows users could take advantage of this loophole to upgrade to Windows 10 at no cost.
Of course, some said that Microsoft had been aware of this fact from the very beginning and used it as an incentive to convince more users to install the latest Windows 10 version.
But what happens in 2020? Is the free upgrade offer really over?
an I still upgrade to Windows 10 for free in 2020?
The short answer is Yes. Windows users can still upgrade to Windows 10 without shelling out 9. The assistive technologies upgrade page still exist and is fully functional.
However, there’s a catch: Microsoft initially said that the offer would expire on January 16, 2018.
But somehow nobody believes that’s true. The free upgrade offer first expired on July 29, 2016 then at the end of December 2017, then on January 16, 2018. But somehow that happened only in theory. In practice, the upgrade has always been free or charge.