Windows 10: Windows 10 for Enterprise is not free in the first year...


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       01 Feb 2015 #1

    Windows 10 for Enterprise is not free in the first year...


    Businesses switching to Windows 10 for Enterprise won't be getting the operating system as a free upgrade within the first year of release and it will be updated differently as well.
    Back in October, it was reported that Microsoft was working on a lock-down update system for Windows 10 business users and it seems that it will be implemented in the Enterprise version of the operating system.
    According to Microsoft's latest blog post, the company's free Windows 10 upgrade offer won't cover the Enterprise version of the OS which is provided to software assurance customers. It has also been revealed that updates would be delivered to Enterprise customers differently as well.


    Read more: Windows 10 for Enterprise is not free in the first year and other changes announced
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  2.    01 Feb 2015 #2

    They won't get it for free, but they won't pay any addition costs for it either. Not if they are a software assurance customer.
    Microsoft Volume Licensing - Microsoft Software Assurance

    Rights to new software releases during the term of your agreement at no additional cost
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