How to Get Windows 10 for Free or Otherwise

Today is the day Microsoft has launched Windows 10 in 190 countries, and now begins the major push to get everyone upgrading, buying, and using the replacement for Windows 8.1, which happens to be the last-ever major version release of Microsoft’s operating system.
So, how do you go about getting Windows 10 installed? That all depends on what exactly you want to do — upgrade, buy new, or run it in a business setting. You can upgrade for free
Windows 10 is being made available for free for existing users. To qualify, you just need to be running a genuine versions of Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 on a PC or tablet. You’ll know if you qualify because a new notification will appear in your taskbar signaling that the upgrade is ready to download and install. You can buy a new computer
PC, laptops, and tablets running Windows 10 out of the box will soon become commonplace on store shelves. However, some hardware partners are offering devices today. Microsoft says you’ll be able to buy Acer, Lenovo, and Dell devices today with Windows 10 pre-installed. Microsoft Stores will have a range of new PCs available to sell you today, too. Business users have to wait until August