Free upgrade to Windows 10 with assistive technologies - still works


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Upgrading to Windows 10 for free from a regularly activated copy of Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 is still possible with the Microsoft tool for assistive technology users.

Unlike what Microsoft said ( Free Windows 10 update until December 31st and then? ), The tool for the free update to Windows 10 for assistive technology users still works and allows you to get a copy of the operating system regularly activated and functional from an installation of Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 (also started using a valid Product Key).

To upgrade to Windows 10 for free with the assistive technology tool, just take this tool and start it on Windows 7 or Windows 8.1.

The only problem is that on Windows 7, updated with all the patches released by Microsoft; an error may appear referring to the absence of the API-ms-win-core-library loader-l1-1-1.dll file.

To solve it, go to the c: \ windows \ system32 folder, select and copy the wimgapi.dll file in the c: \ Windows10Update folders.

You will have to confirm overwriting of the file of the same name already present, then restart the tool to upgrade to Windows 10 (assistive technologies). This should not cause any problems, and the update procedure will be completed successfully.