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  • Ryvaeus
    +3

    free refreshes will last between two and four years.

    What is a refresh? And does this mean that after 2-4 years, I should expect to no longer receive updates/upgrades on my PC if I accept the free copy of Windows 10, which Microsoft insists is a full version and not a trial?

    • VoyagerXyX
      +2

      I don't know I was wondering the same thing. Microsoft is badly overdue for a press conference I think.