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    I read today on Winaero that they're introducing the subscription model for Enterprise Windows 10 owners "$7 per month per user, businesses will pay $84 per user annually for a baseline Windows 10 subscription" which means eventually that could easily cross over into Windows 10 Consumer licenses. http://winaero.com/blog/some-day-you...-subscription/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shemhamforash View Post
    I read today on Winaero that they're introducing the subscription model for Enterprise Windows 10 owners "$7 per month per user, businesses will pay $84 per user annually for a baseline Windows 10 subscription" which means eventually that could easily cross over into Windows 10 Consumer licenses. http://winaero.com/blog/some-day-you...-subscription/
    That's possible, however, Microsoft was never including Enterprise editions in the free upgrades or build updates to begin with. They were pretty much already charging for the Enterprise editions, and even if they weren't, they were already planning to. Bt still, it is possible that it might eventually cross over to the consumer builds.










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