Microsoft seems to be doing everything it can short of forcing you to upgrade to Windows 10. For whatever reason you have, maybe you don’t want to go ahead? We have seen several computers in the store with computer problem relating to Windows 10. Most issues relate to a software or a device such as a printer not being supported. Here at IT@Hand, we can stop the upgrade from happening permanently.
On July 30th, Microsoft will stop offering the free upgrade and will start charging its customers (costing over $150). If you would like to upgrade in the future, but not now. At IT@Hand we can activate your free copy of Windows 10 in the cloud before the deadline without upgrading. Then at a later time when you’re ready, you can install Windows 10 for free.