Windows 10: Will I lose my license?
Will I lose my license?
So, I currently have a Windows 10 Pro license upgraded from Windows 8.1.
If I buy a new SSD, and install Windows 10 using the same CD-Key which my current Windows 10 has (no other hardware change, only SSD) will that work or will I have to buy a new license?
I have 2 SSD's installed on my machine, one is a CLONE. After I make a new CLONE, (backup purposes) I usually boot up on the Clone and test for a day or so. No Problems yet.
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