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    Thanks for the Info



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    So if a valid Win 7, 8 licence may cover you for Win 10 ... does it cover you for all flavours of Win 10 ? (if there's going to be something like Home, Pro, Ultimate) ?



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    So if a valid Win 7, 8 licence may cover you for Win 10 ... does it cover you for all flavours of Win 10 ? (if there's going to be something like Home, Pro, Ultimate) ?

    The way I read it is that Windows 10 Enterprise will not be free, for anyone.

    Now, without knowing what "flavors" MS has conjured up as they are keeping a lid on it for whatever reason, Enterprise from what I gather is the business version of Windows 10.

    They are being so vague on what is and is not going to be free, I don't think anyone will truly know until they go to upgrade, however I think most if not all private home users will be safe as far as the free upgrade goes, it's businesses that will have to pay which in my mind defeats the purpose because it's businesses MS has been trying to get caught up, hell, I know a lot of businesses STILL using XP.
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    You will not loose your licence for the previous version, as in the same way Windows 8/8.1 OEM Users can use their licence with the correspoding version of 7 e.g. to 8 pro can be downgraded to 7 and so on.
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    I'm hoping there will be a ISO that can be downloaded


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