Microsoft did a wonderful thing in 2015: for the first time, it was offering a free upgrade to Windows 10 for all current Windows 7 and 8.1 users. And, if you were lucky, the upgrade process was relatively simple and painless. There were, however, some questions after the everything was said and done.

Since users were upgrading their systems over the internet, most Windows 10 users now found themselves in a situation where they did not have a physical copy of Windows 10, or even a Windows 10 activation code for that matter. This is a problem for anyone hoping to create a fresh installation of… more

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