Microsoft releasing Windows 10 in USB sticks at no extra cost

Few weeks back Microsoft has confirmed that its latest Operating System Windows 10 is releasing on July 29th, which is available for free for existing Windows 7 and 8.1 users for the 12 months from release. Some of the inside sources of Microsoft has revealed that Windows 10 is also going to be available through USB flash drives in addition to the DVDs. This is the welcome move from the Microsoft, since many of the laptop manufacturers are dropping CD-ROM and DVD-ROM drives from their computers.

The unknown source also reported that both 32 bit and 64 bit versions of Windows 10 OS will be available on the USB drive and the customer can select which version to install with respect to their system architecture. Releasing Windows 10 install files on the USB drive is an added advantage as historically DVD copies will solely either for 32 bit or 64 bit system.

Installing Windows 10 from the USB drive makes it very easier as it let the users to install Windows 10 on the devices which doesn’t have an optical drive. Another benefit is that both the 32-bit and 64-bit version of Windows 10 Operating System will come in USB drive, such that you can easily choose which version you want while installing.

Windows 10 in USB stick will be available in Home and Pro versions, for those who are not eligible for the free upgrade. Microsoft has confirmed that Windows 10 Home will be priced at $119 in US, while the Pro version may cost at $199. If the Windows 10 Home users want to upgrade to Windows 10 Pro, then they need to spend additional $99.

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