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Microsoft may transfer Windows 10 to a paid subscription system

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As a rumour, Microsoft 365 has been circulating the Internet for a long time for consumers. Probably. , This should be a version for users, offering the same scope as Microsoft's current business style.
Microsoft may transfer Windows 10 to a paid subscription system

Microsoft 365 Business is a comprehensive collection of tools for business productivity and collaboration, such as Outlook, Word, Excel and other office products, that are always up to date. You can protect your work files on all IOS, Android and Windows 10 devices with an enterprise-wide security level that is easy to manage.

The following licenses are available to business customers:

  • Office 365
  • Windows 10 
Software developers are quickly abandoning the purchasing system. This method allows you to consistently earn revenue while continuing to develop your products. Microsoft is also no exception. She already offers a package of office requests and other services for a regular fee. And soon, Windows 10 may be joining such a distribution model.

Microsoft may transfer Windows 10 to a paid subscription system

Microsoft 365 Business includes many products that are available anytime, anywhere on different devices. By subscribing, users have permanent access to the current version of Outlook, Word, Excel, and many other applications.

Insiders say Microsoft could launch a similar program for ordinary users. And, as reported, the structure of Microsoft 365 will include, among other things, the operating system Windows 10.

Microsoft may transfer Windows 10 to a paid subscription system

Microsoft is expected to target new users through 365. All people who already own a product license, including any version of Windows 10, will be able to continue using it. The suggestion is to combine all the programs that a user needs to have the ability to pay according to the monthly subscription rate.

Insiders clarify that for those who choose to subscribe to Windows 10, Microsoft can offer access to a number of special features. What is being debated at all, and also when it does, is not explained.


Microsoft 365 offers flexibility for users

Does this mean that users will be forced to subscribe to Windows 10 in the future? No, as far as we know, it will be an optional extension for Microsoft 365 users and will not be a hindrance. If you currently have Windows 10 Home, keep Windows 10 Home - even with Pro. Customers can put their services together at their own discretion. 

Microsoft is also planning Windows 10 features that are different from the subscription version to create benefits for users. Which of these functions will truly be weighted internally (among other things, a cause for various postponements).

Thanks, WindowsUnited.de

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