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Microsoft is adding Windows 10 free for all users to its free trial program for Windows 10, a move that the company announced today.
The free trial is only available to users who have already purchased a subscription to the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, which was released in November 2017.
“This new update gives everyone a chance to try Windows 10 for free and give us feedback on the experience.
We’re excited to hear from you,” Microsoft said in a blog post.
The company did not give details on how the new program will work.
Windows 10 is now available to anyone in the United States and Canada.
Microsoft has previously offered free updates for Windows 8 and 8.1 for a few years, but it was always limited to certain devices.
The Anniversary Update for Windows will be available on September 29 for free.
It’s unclear when the free upgrade will be rolled out to the broader Windows Insider program.