Even though Windows 10 Homewas released in 2015 - over 8 years ago - it still remains widely popular among PC users. In fact, more than 72% of all Windows users are still on Windows 10. This makes Windows 10 the most popular operating system for PCs of all time, with over 22% of all devices in the world using Windows 10.
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✔️ Windows 10 Home activation key for 32 and 64bit versions.
✔️ You can be sure of purchasing the original license that will not expire unexpectedly!
✔️ Possibility of reusing the key on the same computer, e.g. after reinstalling the system.
✔️ Original and perpetual license.
✔️ Language version: any (including Polish).
✔️ Download from the official Microsoft website.
✔️ Permanent access to system updates.
✔️ It is possible to upgrade the system from Windows 7, 8, 8.1 to Windows 10, the manual is sent after the purchase (the previous license is transferred to the newer system).
✔️ After the purchase, you get: a key in the form of 25 alphanumeric characters, an electronic license without a physical carrier and a sticker with the instructions and a link to download the system from the official website.
Is Windows 10 still supported?
As of 2022, Windows 10 is still in Extended Support. Support for Windows 10 is scheduled to end on October 14, 2025, so if you’re considering buying Windows 10, now is the best time to do so. Mainstream support for Windows 10, which guaranteed new features and fixes, ended on October 13, 2020.
While originally Windows 10 was supposed to be Microsoft’s final operating system, it eventually turned into a software as a service model rather than being a standalone one-time purchase. Nevertheless, with the announcement and release of Windows 11, Microsoft decided not to further develop Windows 10 after October 2025.
After October 2025, Windows 10 will stop receiving security updates, which means it might no longer be safe to use with access to the Internet without third-party cybersecurity solutions. Until that date, it’s recommended to download all crucial and optional Windows 10 updates to remain safe.
Is Windows 10 still relevant in 2022?
Over 1.4 billion active devices worldwide are still using Windows 10. How can it not be relevant if over 70% of all Windows users are still on Windows 10?
Windows 10 was Microsoft’s most successful operating system yet, with even Windows 11 comparing poorly in sales. Windows 10 introduced many changes and new elements when compared to previous versions, including the ability to use a special tablet mode for touch-based devices. Microsoft also reverted its visual rework from Windows 8, which a lot of users didn’t like, bringing back the traditional desktop interface similar to Windows 7.
Since Windows 10 was still actively developed even after the release, it continued to receive new features and changes for years to come. In 2018, for example, Windows received a huge update in April that added many new Timeline features, a quick pairing function for Bluetooth devices, and Windows Autopilot feature, which allowed cloud-based software delivery with a zero touch experience - and these are only some of the new features introduced in this single update.
Windows 10 also introduced extended Cortana integration - Microsoft’s digital assistant can be easily controlled with voice and text commands, making it simple and comfy to interact with your PC without actually lifting a finger. You can search for files on your hard drive, open photos with a simple voice command, and even launch applications or send emails while other apps are open.
What features are available in Windows 10 Home Edition?
With a Windows 10 Home key, UK users and the rest of the world as well can access all the features directed at consumers. It is also the least expensive of the Windows 10 editions, but offers the most limited functionality; however, there are still more than enough features available for home users, and most extended functionality won’t be of much use for regular users anyway.
Windows 10 Home includes all the staple Microsoft productivity apps, including Calendar, Photos, Mail, Cortana, and others. There’s also additional support and integrations for touch-screen devices and digital pen users. You can also synchronize your mobile device with your Windows 10 copy to easily share photos, videos, and other files.
There’s also a full security package included with Windows 10 Home, which gives users access to advanced firewall and network protection features, including the Windows Defender antivirus software.
Windows 10 Pro is the more expensive equivalent to Windows 10 Home, with some additional features that the cheaper edition does not include. This includes such apps and functionalities as BitLocker, Remote Desktop, Active Dictionary, additional mobile device management options, Group Policies, a special Microsoft Store for Business, and more.
Windows 10 vs. Windows 11
Windows 11 was officially released on October 5, 2021. Now, a year after the release, Windows 11 is still far behind Windows 10 when it comes to popularity - mainly because it is much more expensive than the previous version, and many users have doubts about some features implemented.
One of the main complaints of Windows 11 users is the hardware requirements, which are extremely strict. Microsoft offered a free upgrade to Windows 11 for Windows 10 users, but didn’t always disclose that the user’s PC might not be enough to run Windows 11. Because of this, many users ended up reverting to Windows 10 after noticing performance issues and bugs.
It is also much more complicated to change default apps in Windows 11. For each file type, you have to set up a default application individually, which can take a lot of time to set everything just as you want it. There are also many visual changes that users were not fond of, such as the reworked Start Menu, which to many is much less usable than the one present in Windows 10 - the same comments can be seen regarding the new Taskbar.
Windows 10 is still a great system to stay on - better in many aspects than Windows 11 still is. Until problems are resolved and Microsoft rethinks their approach, most users are probably still going to stay with Windows 10 until the support ends. If you’re one of the users that still prefers Windows 10 to 11, you’ll find cheap Windows 10 CD keys at Key-Soft.co.uk - with a safe shopping guarantee and immediate email delivery of all product keys purchased.
The key activates the original system downloaded directly from the manufacturer's official website .
The key will not work for Windows 10 Home with the letter N.
A USB flash drive (Minimum 8 GB) or DVD is required to create the system media.
The installer for creating the media can be run on Windows 7 or later.