Here we go again with Microsoft should be giving it away free. They spend three to four years busting their butts, and now there are those who think that they are owed a free copy of whatever the new system will be. . .come on folks get over the I am entitled, so why should I have to pay. . .
Last edited by Lee; 29 Aug 2014 at 00:06.
The trouble with a "free" software, from a commercial entity, is that it is likely to use ads to pay for it.
Another option is that it could be a "crippled" version, with additional features available as DLC (for an actual charge).
This could be a better option, depending on how "crippled" the free software is (and how much the additional features cost).
Absolutely no ads in OneDrive.
In the Store they advertise, well, apps and only apps.
If you mean “Metro for tablets” as Store apps > There are no ads in the paid-for apps, but there are in most of the free ones. Most times there is a "Pro" version offered where there are no ads.
I have to ask > Have you used it enough to know?
Last edited by HippsieGypsie; 29 Aug 2014 at 04:30.