Windows 10 will be only come free for existing Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users, and if you're not one of them, you won't be buying it unless it's affordable.
That's according to our latest survey of UK-based readers, which found that you're most likely to cough up money for Windows 10 if it's priced "£26 to "£40" (around $35 to $54). That was followed by the "£11 to £25" (around $17 to $39) price bracket.
Surprisingly, just over a quarter of you went for a sub-£10 price. You can get Windows 10 as an upgrade to Windows 7, which can be had for less than £70.
When Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 launched, Microsoft had an initially discounted both operating systems. Windows 7 cost £49.99 when it launched, while Windows 8 could be grabbed for a fraction of the suggested selling price.
With only one week left before Windows 10 launches globally, you clearly believe that Microsoft should have carried on with that strategy.
Check out the results of our previous Windows 10 survey:
- Two-thirds of our readers plan to upgrade to Windows 10 in 2015
- Use antivirus? Our research shows you probably update it manually
- TechRadar readers are jumping on Windows 10 bandwagon
And there's still time to vote in our currently running surveys:
- What would it take to make you upgrade your PC to Windows 10?
- What application you are more likely to blame for making your PC slow?
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