Windows 10 for PC is set to launch on July 29. The latest version of Windows operating system will be available as a free upgrade to Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users. However, not everyone qualifies for the free upgrade offer.
Users who do not have a valid copy of Windows 7 or 8.1 or planning to build a new desktop from scratch can purchase a copy of Windows 10 on a physical media. Starting today, you can now pre-order the Windows 10 OS on a USB drives from Amazon.
Windows 10 Home edition USB drive is priced at $119.99, while Windows 10 Pro SKU on USB drive will set you back $199.99. Amazon’s listings shows that shipments of the OS via USB Flash Drives will begin on August 16.
Pre-order Windows 10 Pro on Amazon ($199.99)
Pre-order Windows 10 Home on Amazon ($119.99)
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