Many people depend on Windows 10 for many different reasons. Here are a handful of things we’re proud to keep on delivering.
With a comprehensive suite of advanced antivirus, firewall, ransomware, and internet features, Windows 10 arrives as the most secure Windows ever. And it comes built-in with no extra cost to you.1
From touch screen2 support, to intuitive design, to features that help you focus and create—Windows 10 has the innovation to help you be productive.
There’s a reason the pros game on Windows 10—it has the power and innovation you need for graphics-intensive gaming. Plus, this open gaming platform gives you access to the most full-fledged AAA games and eSports titles from Steam, Epic Games, Xbox Games Studio, and Origin.3
Designed to make staying up to date easy, Windows 10 provides new feature and security updates on a regular cadence.1 They’re delivered quickly and more on your terms. In fact, when an update becomes available you can schedule it for later that night, week or even month.
Windows 10 is actively used on over 1 billion devices worldwide. And we know you’re one in a billion. That’s why you’ll find it on over 80,000 different kinds of laptops and 2in1’s, from over 1,000 different manufacturers. Whatever you need, want, wish for, and can afford—you’ll find it with Windows 10.
Microsoft 365 includes all the premium Office apps you know and love, up to 6 TB of OneDrive cloud storage (1 TB per person), advanced security, and more.
Plus get 3 extra months of Microsoft 365 when you purchase with any qualifying product.
1. For the supported lifetime of the device. Internet access fees may apply.
2 Hardware dependent.
3 PC hardware requirements may vary for games on Windows 10. DirectX Raytracing available with supported games, graphics chips, and requires Windows 10 April Update (or newer).
It depends on which version you want to buy. An annual subscription for one person costs £53 per year, or you could buy a Home & Student copy outright for £113. Family subscriptions give up to 6 people access for £71 per year, while the Business version is a one-time purchase of £149.
An annual subscription for one person costs £53 per year, or you could buy a Home & Student copy outright for £113. Check out the page here for more info and offers.
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