How to make the perfect Windows 10 PC guide
Microsoft has been quietly making a lot of noise in recent months about the Windows 10 update that it’s preparing to roll out next week.
The software giant is also launching a free trial for Windows 10 PCs on a number of its online services, including Quicken and Windows Live.
The company says that the free trial is meant to test out the platform before it’s rolled out to customers, so that the public can give it a go.
It also means that users can try the software out for free if they don’t want to buy the full version of the OS.
While it’s unclear exactly what the free trials will entail, it is clear that Microsoft is working hard to get people hooked on Windows 10.
The company has been testing the update and has said that it expects to roll it out on November 29.
Microsoft will also be hosting an event at 2pm AEST on Friday in Sydney, Australia to announce its launch plans.
The event will be livestreamed on the Windows Insider Hub and will be streamed live on Microsoft’s YouTube channel.