Windows 10 has finally been released and many windows users have already started upgrading their OS to the new windows 10.

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Many that have downloaded the OS are enjoying all its features while few have their complaint to make :). Whichever, I know that if you’ve started using the Windows 10 OS, you must be loving every bit of it 😉

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Windows 10 was officially released 29th of July and every Windows users did get the opportunity to upgrade their OS to Windows 10 without any fee attached… so in real sense, the Windows 10 OS is almost 100% free for all Windows users…

Have you received the upgrade notification? If not, then you don’t have the system update enabled on your PC so I’ll advice you to turn on your automatic update.

How to activate windows 10 Without Using Crack or Patch

For now, the Windows 10 upgrade is officially free and you can get it activated as well without stress or trying to use cheat, crack or patch.

To get your windows upgraded to windows 10, you will need to either turn on your automatic update or simply download the ISO file from Microsoft official site.

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Don’t know how to turn on system update on Windows 7 or Windows 8? Follow the below steps.

Click the “Windows” Icon >>> click “Computer” >>> click “control Panel” to take you to your control panel window.

Or Click the “Windows” icon or the Windows Button and click “control panel” to take you to your control panel window.

Click “System and Security” >>> Click “Windows Update” >>> in the important update part, Change it to “Install updates automatically (recommended)” and press the “OK” button and you’re done.

That is how to enable your system update.

But if you want the Windows 10 fast and you don’t want to wait for the update to role it in, you can download the file free of charge by using the below links:

Windows 10 (for 32bit version)

Windows 10 (for 64bit version)

Now you can easily without stress upgrade your windows for free… so no need for cheat, crack or patch 🙂

Back to you:

Have you successfully upgraded your Windows to Windows 10? If yes, what’s your experience like? And if not, please explain using the comment box below.

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  1. Hello Baba,
    I installed mine on the 29th of July 2015 when the OS was available to the public. I actually did reserve a copy and my auto update has always been on 🙂

    You have brought a good way for windows users who do not have the upgrade or yet to upgrade, upgrade without problem.

    Still downloading one of the ISO for future references would be a great idea, don’t you think?

    I am loving the new Windows 10 and i know you do too through your writing 🙂

    Have a great weekend and a lovely day ahead…

    • Hello Bello,

      I guess you are also one of the users who downloaded the Microsoft Windows 10 on its official released date…

      Ha… yes, i am enjoying the OS and i must say that it a an improve version of my beloved Windows 8 🙂

      Thanks for the comment, i really did appreciate. Do have a wonderful week ahead

  2. Hi Babanature,

    Windows 10, the latest version of operating system released by Microsoft. I have collected it but don’t know how to activate it. your actavation process helped me properly to activate my windows.


  3. Windows 10 is my primary OS and loved the interface simple and elegant UI makes it the best OS for PC but last few days my system hangs after restarting it. It is noticeable and I was for the solution finally I got this blog page they make useful content it’s helpful, thank you.


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