As the clock ticks down on that $119 discount on a Windows 10 upgrade, if you need programs like Narrator or Magnifier to help you with your everyday computing, fear not — that free upgrade is going nowhere.

Daniel Hubbell announced on the Microsoft Accessibility Blog that those use assistive technologies on Windows that the offer will continue to be free after July 29 and that details on how to take advantage of it will come soon enough.

While this may prompt some indecisive cheaters to activate the High Contrast mode to milk as much time as possible for abso-freaking-lutely needing to make the jump over to Windows 10, it definitely helps those who are differently-abled and take longer to get the technical help they need.

Source: Microsoft
Via: MSPoweruser

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