Upgrade to Windows 10 for free (especially from Windows 7)

Support for Windows 7 is now officially over, which means Microsoft wants any holdouts to upgrade to Windows 10. The idea is that Windows 10 will help keep your devices running securely and smoothly.

If you have an older PC or laptop running Windows 7, you have two options. The first is to purchase the Windows 10 Home edition, which costs $139 on Microsoft’s website. The second way is to use the free upgrade offer from Microsoft. Technically the offer ended in 2016, but at the time this video was posted, it still worked.

I take you step by step through the upgrade process and show you how we handled a few frustrating moments we encountered on the way.

Windows 10 free upgrade offer:

For more help, read our CNET article on how to upgrade to Windows 10 from Windows 7:

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  • Who needs to upgrade?…raise your hand! What are you upgrading from? If you're in an upgrading kind of mood here's the easiest way to upgrade to iPhone 11 or 11 Pro https://youtu.be/UOQz1EOc1bY

    How To Do It All June 17, 2020 9:01 am Reply
  • Please someone tell me how can I get product key?

    Mohammed Hamid June 17, 2020 9:01 am Reply
  • Hey. I need some help. I started upgrading it. Everything was going fine until the automatic restart process. When it was said that there was problem with the 2nd phase boot. And my pc was returned to windows 7

    Mahin Muntakim June 17, 2020 9:01 am Reply
  • My windows 7 is Active, but I don't have my product key. What can I do? I can see my product ID however. My windows is 'genuine', because I can see that "windows is active" and I can see the Product ID plus the genuine logo, but that's not the windows key. Sorry if I'm repeating but what can I do?

    pamxtom June 17, 2020 9:01 am Reply
  • Can’t thank you enough! Painless upgrade thanks to you! Entertaining actually!

    Grandma with the Kids STORY TIME June 17, 2020 9:01 am Reply
  • It said it failed to install for me.

    Tessa Hill June 17, 2020 9:01 am Reply
  • My product key sticker is almost completely rubbed off… where can I find that number?

    Tony Rosales June 17, 2020 9:01 am Reply
  • will it work it on 32 bits

    Vishnuteja Neerla June 17, 2020 9:01 am Reply
  • I tried but at the end of the process setup has failed to validate the product key of windows 7, what should i do before upgrade?

    Rana Kashif June 17, 2020 9:01 am Reply
  • Just got finished upgrading from W7 to W10 following your instructions and EVERYTHING worked seamlessly. Took 2.5 hours. I am totally, totally shocked. And it was all for free, too. Oooo, wait! I get it. This is a Windows trick. As soon as I get all happy and complacent, everything will fall apart. I'll lose all my apps and data. The computer will lock up so I won't be able to fix or undo anything. If all this doesn't happen within the next two weeks, I'll check back in and apologize. Starting right now, I'm gonna hold my breath. Here goes …………………..

    Lawrence Quave June 17, 2020 9:01 am Reply
  • 5:00 Deleted The System32 Folder in the Windows Folder

    The Republic Of Gamers A June 17, 2020 9:01 am Reply
  • Awww he looks like a little boy

    Patrick Mbuesse June 17, 2020 9:01 am Reply
  • I upgraded in June-2020 on idea 4g using mobile USB Tethering and used 7gb internet thanks to idea double data I did recharge in between update before I ran out net took 2 hr to complete.

    bhavin patel June 17, 2020 9:01 am Reply
  • This works…I didn't have to enter a Keycode now I just have to get my audio to work!

    Pete Urbann June 17, 2020 9:01 am Reply
  • Thank you so much after windows finally stopped supporting win 7 this video helped me so much upgrading to win 10

    Kris Domski June 17, 2020 9:01 am Reply
  • Can we update from any windows version

    Vir S June 17, 2020 9:01 am Reply
  • Smh these people went on to defragment and shit while all they had to do was clean temp folder. My best advice dont be a noob clear your browsing data and maybe use a simple tool like ccleaner

    A M June 17, 2020 9:01 am Reply
  • Thanks to you

    Vaibhav Dhumal June 17, 2020 9:01 am Reply
  • Overall I enjoyed the video, but several details around the product key are vague to me. The video shows navigating Windows 7 to Control Panel -> System & Security -> System to find the product key but then quickly fades to a sticker on the PC showing the software license. Are you obtaining the product key from System interface or simply entering it there after obtaining from the sticker? This is shown after Windows 10 is shown to be installed. Am I just being a continuity stickler or is this a little misleading? I am also unsure about the relevance of stating that the Windows 7 key was never activated as many others are reporting success without needing to follow all of the steps shown in the video. Are we meant to understand that the makers of the video encountered trouble due to the key not having been activated or is the fact that the key was never activated the reason for the free upgrade?

    Cassidy Hansen June 17, 2020 9:01 am Reply
  • Hi where can I find the product key?

    Rose Ann Macairap June 17, 2020 9:01 am Reply
  • Just finished updating from Windows 7 to 10. Thanks so much

    Amas Philida June 17, 2020 9:01 am Reply

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