Got a free upgrade to 10 windows? Excellent, you can delete and install the new system as you like
After we received encouraging news about the official launch date of the new windows system (And somewhat less good news about the price to be paid by owners of the older versions of Windows The time has come to receive news about the rights and capabilities that will exist for all those millions who will be eligible for a free upgrade to Windows 10 at the end of next month.
So far, we've had a lot of unanswered questions about what they can or can not do with the free version from Microsoft, but now we're getting a confirmation that it will not be a one-time upgrade but a standard version that users can delete and reinstall many times, Similar to those who purchased it for a fee. The information comes to us from the Twitter of Gabriel Aul, the engineering officer in the Microsoft operating systems divisions, Answered questions on Twitter and assured that the upgrades could delete and install "clean" windows 10 whenever they wanted. Hurray!
It is still not really clear how the upgrade in question will be done - will the updates get a new key for Windows 10 (or maybe they will use their existing key for windows 7/8 / 8.1?), Will there be a separate installation file for the new system with which it will be possible to perform a clean installation again? As well as quibbles regarding the definition of the actual system eligible for the update. Will replacing the storage drive of an eligible system, for one reason or another, invalidate its eligibility? Microsoft has a number of other clarifications that it will need to make for consumers - and we hope this will happen before the actual launch.
Are you planning to exercise your eligibility? Upgrade to Windows 10, Or would you prefer to let others carry out the prior experience before deciding?