By Chris WoodingPosted December 05, 2018 09:55:28Windows Live is one of the hottest technologies out there and one that has really taken off since Microsoft started to launch it on the desktop in late 2017.
It’s a service that offers a free app and a subscription-based subscription service to all of its users.
But it’s not just that people are using it to stay connected to their friends and family – it’s that they’re using it as a way to store files, send emails, and even run a few Windows apps.
For all of the hype, though, Windows Live Mail has actually only been around for a couple of years.
That’s largely because Microsoft was still in the business of developing the desktop version of Windows, which meant that it had to keep up with new features and the need to update it with new ones.
So, while Microsoft had a large number of desktop-focused apps and services, Windows users were largely stuck using the desktop versions of their favourite apps.
To make matters worse, Microsoft started using a free trial to make sure that users were able to switch from their desktop to Windows Live.
But, it was only a trial, and Microsoft ended up being unable to keep users on Windows Live indefinitely.
So it was basically a dead end.
But the future is looking bright, and that’s because Microsoft is now announcing a free upgrade to Windows 10 for all of those Windows Live subscribers.
Windows 10 users who want to upgrade from Windows 7 or 8.1 will also get the upgrade free of charge.
This announcement comes from Microsoft’s Yusuf Mehdi, who was a product lead at Windows and is now CEO of the company’s Devices Group.
He said:I’m excited to announce that Windows 10 will be free for everyone, starting with those who upgraded to Windows 8.x in 2019.
So if you’ve been using Windows for a long time, you can get the full benefit of the latest features and experiences.
To see if this will be enough for you, I’d like to ask you to try Windows 10 now for a month.
Once you’re on Windows 10, you’ll be able to get to work and play like you did before, without the worry of missing out on Windows updates or Windows Store apps.
We will continue to work with partners to bring Windows 10 to as many devices as possible, but this is an important first step towards giving everyone access to the latest and greatest Windows experience.
We’re also looking at ways to make it easier to get Windows 10 on as many phones and tablets as possible.
For those of you who still haven’t had the chance to upgrade to a free Windows 10 upgrade, we recommend that you get it now and get it done right, by clicking the button below.