The official deadline for upgrading to Windows 10 for free may have passed last Friday, but there’s still at least one way to download the operating system without handing over any cash.
The offer is still open to Windows users who require 'assistive technologies', such as screen readers, which is great for those with disabilities.
However, for the less scrupled PC users out there, Microsoft isn’t asking which assistive technologies are being used and isn’t seeking any proof you’re using them.
If lying about disabilities in order to get a free copy of something you’ve been able to get for free for the last year is in your wheelhouse… then you can click this link to gain access.
Microsoft says the offer remain limited but it hasn’t set a closing date yet.
Microsoft, of course, plans to release the Anniversary Edition this week, which will bring Windows 10 users a host of new features.
There’ll be a re-designed Start menu, the chance to receive phone notifications in the taskbar and web notifications in the Action Centre.
It’s a free upgrade for all Windows 10 users.