"It is ok if you are tech minded but what about the millions who are not."
An entire generation of people of working age grew up with computers. They have used each version of Windows since Win 95, and they have little if any difficulty getting the feel of each new release.
The next generation is using computers at school on a daily basis, and most of them probably know as much about operating systems as their teachers. You don't have to have the slightest clue about how a computer works in order to use it - those days are long gone, just as the days of people working on their car's engine are long gone - you try to tinker with a modern engine and see how far you get.
A computer is simply a tool - it's there to help you to do things. It isn't an end in itself.
I am less inclined to take them up on the offer due to the limitation of the licence, 'Lifetime of the Device'. I have a retail licence for Windows 7 because I upgrade Motherboard and CPU quite often and that licence allows me the freedom to roll Windows 7 onto the new 'device'. The Free upgrade to Windows 10 will be ok but I would still need to buy a new licence as soon as I upgrade my CPU and Motherboard.
I think I will just wait and buy a licence that allows me the same freedom, unless the licence for Windows 7 is honoured with the free upgrade to Windows 10.
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