Windows 10 Upgrade Offer Officially Ended: Here's How You Can Still Upgrade For Free

Windows 10 Assistive Technology upgrade offer officially ended on December 31, 2017. But Microsoft extended the offer up to January 16, 2018. Now officially you can not upgrade your Windows 7/8.1 pc to Windows 10. When you open the assistive technology page then you will see that Microsoft removed the download link of the Windows 10 upgrader software. This tiny software downloads and upgrades your PC to Windows 10.

So, if Microsoft isn't providing any download link to this tiny software application then it is almost impossible to upgrade your computer to Windows 10. But wait, its not over yet and it is quite possible as of now to upgrade to new Windows 10 even after the official end of the offer.

So we checked the offer on January 18, 2018 and found that it is still active. We used Windows10Upgrade24074.exe to check the validity of this offer and it worked. Well, Microsoft gave an year long extension to the Windows 10 upgrade offer. Almost every computer should have been upgraded during this time. But it doesn't happen because many people still love Windows 7. But I should remind those people that Microsoft Windows 10 Pro costs $199 which was available for free since more than a year. So what's the problem is getting something which is worth $199. Now Microsoft has closed the doors and you don't have any official way.

But we are sharing a trick with which you can still upgrade to Windows 10. You only need to download Windows10Upgrade24074.exe its version number is 24074. This tool will upgrade your PC. We didn't test any other or newer version of this upgrade tool. So as far as you have this tool version number 24074 you can upgrade your PC to Windows 10 for free in 2018.

Windows10Upgrade24074.exe is not available to download. However you can download its newer versions from this link below.

On reaching this page click the 'Update now' to download the latest version of this tool mentioned above. But we are not sure whether it will work or not because we haven't tested the newer version of this tool except the version 24074.

But if you are the one who is looking to avail this offer then we can share the file with you. For this you have to contact us on our twitter page at

You can tweet to us or tag us and ask for the file. We will send you the link to download it.

Important: Since we are not sure for how long this trick would work. It a win or lose situation. But for the time being its a win-win situation if you can get the Windows 10 Pro upgrade for free.

How Did We Check That The Windows 10 Assistive Technology Offer Is Still Active After Its Official End On January 16, 2018

We have the Windows 10 update assistant version 24074 that we downloaded on January 3, 2018. At that time we were the first to notice that the assistive technology offer was still active. Now we again spotted this on January 18, 2018 and found that the offer is still active.

So we ran the Windows10Upgrade24074.exe on a Windows 7 PC and it ran without any problems. It didn't warn us that the offer has official ended and went on to download the Windows 10 installation files. However we cancelled the upgrade because it was just to check the offer's validity and yes the Windows 10 upgrade offer is still available if you use the Windows10Upgrade24074.exe.

Here are the screenshots, check below. Click on any image to see in full size and also check the date in the image which is highlighted in red.

windows 10 free upgrade 2018

So if you are reading this article and want to upgrade to Windows 10 then don't wait. Just download the latest Windows 10 upgrade assistant and check if it works. If the latest version doesn't work then head over to our twitter page at to request the file version 24074. You can tweet to us or tag us.

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