Microsoft to start charging for Windows 10 soon

Windows 10Microsoft is soon to start charging for Windows 10 and after  29 July Windows 10 Home will cost $119.

According to the Windows bog, more than 300 million devices have activated Windows 10, which is more than enough of a head start for the company to feel comfortable charging for Windows once again.

If you get new gear the cost of Windows will be built in, but if you want to upgrade an existing device or buy a copy to install on a new machine, you’ll have to fork over some cash.

We’ve known from the beginning that Windows 10 would only be free for the first year and 29 July marks the one year anniversary.  It might be a good idea if you want to make the transition you should set aside a day in the next couple months to upgrade.