On December 17th, Microsoft’s Windows official announced that between December 14th and December 30th, windows 10 new machine purchasers will be able to enjoy Windows 10’s new on-board help service for as little as $99. Users who purchase this service can enjoy professional services such as system activation, software installation, network commissioning, and help in using the system.
In addition, Microsoft has also partnered with JD.com to offer the benefits of buying a laptop for $99 on-site services, including HP Star 14 Youth Edition, Lenovo ThinkPad X390, Dell LinYue 5000fit, ConceptD3, Asus vivoBook 15s, RedmiBook 14 enhanced version, mechanical revolution S1 Pro, Lenovo small new Pro 13.3 and other models.
Of course, most laptops are now pre-installed with genuine Windows 10 systems, so you don’t have to worry about not being able to activate them.
As for the old products that have not been upgraded to Windows 10, Microsoft has also accidentally left an upgrade vulnerability, and the activation version of Win7/Win8.1 is still free to upgrade (whitewash).