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Windows 10 Nag Goes Away July 29, but So Does the Free Upgrade


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Here's a gentle reminder that July 29th is a date you should mark on your calendar if you have been sitting on the fence about upgrading to Windows 10 from Microsoft. That is the day that it will no longer be free.

Of course, the good part about that is that Microsoft is also planning on retiring the upgrade "nagging" at that time too, so it could be a good date for some. After that date, the "Get Windows 10" app will be removed from your PC, but Windows 10 will then be $119 for the base edition and $199 for the Pro edition.