You’re probably used to getting a brand-new Windows 10 PC when you upgrade your current one.
But there’s one last upgrade you may not be able to do this time.
That’s because the Windows 10 operating system is a Microsoft upgrade.
You can’t just get the Windows 8.1 or 8.0 upgrade on your current PC.
That’s because Microsoft wants you to upgrade your PC to Windows 7, 8.x, and 10.
The upgrade is not available for PCs with Microsoft products like Xbox, Windows Media Player, or Windows Phone.
Microsoft has a program called the Microsoft Upgrade Assistant, which lets you upgrade to a Windows 10 upgrade if you have Windows 10 Home, Pro, or Enterprise licenses, as well as a Windows Server 2019, Windows Server 2020, or other Windows 10 editions.
That includes all Windows 10 PCs that were purchased on or after March 7, 2018, or any Windows 10 machines that are already in the hands of someone who is upgrading from a Windows 7 or 8 PC.
Microsoft says that if you upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 8, Windows 8 and Windows 8 Pro, you can do so with a simple scan, but that the upgrade will not be available for a longer period.
It will be available only on Windows 10 computers with Windows 7 licenses.
Windows 10 is available in 32 and 64 bit versions, with 32 bit versions being more powerful than 64 bit Windows.
The 64 bit version is designed for the enterprise, but also includes some low-end PCs and servers.
Microsoft said the 64 bit upgrade is available on machines running 64-bit versions of Windows.
Microsoft said that if your current Windows 10 version is 64-bits, you will not have to reinstall your Windows 10 OS on your PC, so you can get the upgrade for free.
If you already have a Windows 8 or 8 Pro or 8 or 10 PC, you do not need to upgrade.
Microsoft’s Windows 10 Upgrade Assistant has been around since February 2018.
It offers free upgrades and lets you customize your Windows 7 and 8 and 10 PC upgrades to work on those systems.
The Microsoft Upgrade Office 2016 software lets you perform upgrades on your Windows devices and Windows 10 devices.
That will require a Microsoft Account.
You need an Office 365 subscription for that.
Microsoft is also offering a new program called Microsoft Advantage that will let you upgrade between Windows 10 and Windows 7 with just one click.
The Office Advantage program will not upgrade between any two Windows versions.
Microsoft will offer a Windows Update for Windows 10 program on September 30, 2018.
Microsoft says the Windows Update will not allow you to install a Windows update for Windows 7.
Microsoft also says that the Microsoft Advantage program is for PCs running 64 bit editions.
The program does not allow upgrading between 32 and 32-bit editions of Windows, which is the case for Windows 8 computers running 64 bits or the 32- and 64-Bit versions of the OS.
If you upgrade on the latest Windows 10 desktop version, the upgrade to Windows RT will automatically install.
If it is not installed, you may have to go back to Windows Vista and then to Windows XP.