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Description

Windows 10 offers more safety for your device, with features like Windows Hello and always-enabled free updates. Gamers experience best-in-class gameplay with Broadcast and Game Mode. And with built-in apps for 3D creation, photos, music, movies, maps and more - Windows 10 Home brings you more creativity and productivity than ever before. Licensed for 1 PC or Mac.

Windows 10 Home

Windows 10 Home

Best for individuals and households, Windows 10 Home offers the best safety, productivity, and gaming features ever to help you get stuff done.
$139.00
$139.00
Required processor

1GHz processor or faster

Required memory

1GB RAM for 32-bit; 2GB for 64-bit

Required hard disk space

Up to 20GB available hard disk space

Required video card

800 x 600 screen resolution or higher. DirectX 9 graphics processor with WDDM driver

Required connectivity

Internet access (fees may apply)

Other system requirements

Microsoft account required for some features. Watching DVDs requires separate playback software

Additional system requirements

You must accept the enclosed License Terms, also at microsoft.com/useterms

Activation required • Single license • 32 & 64-bits on USB 3.0 media included

Rated 2.7 out of 5 stars

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User Rating: 5 out of 5

Submitted on5/6/2017

Review title of d1g1t007Great, when you clean install...

Upgraded from 8 to 10, then it got hung on version 1511 and would not move past there. I wasted so much time trying to delete old updates, re download them. It kept reverting back to a prior version of windows... I wasted days, hours, cursed, it brought out the very worst in me... If I would only have done what I tried to avoid in the beginning. Here's the fatal problem with Windows 10 when you upgrade from 7, 8, 8.1... You carry with you this incredibly long chain of updates. The probability you are going to have an error increases with every update as your chain of updates gets longer. Because you already have Windows 10, Microsoft allows you to download an ISO file of windows with an installation software and you can put it on a usb drive. When you are done downloading you can boot off of the usb drive. I cloned my original hard drive to a SSD so this was easy. To boot off the hard drive, press and hold down F2 while you computer is starting. Then you can change boot option to usb. Windows installation software starts and you can then wipe your hard drive clean and do a fresh install of Windows 10. You then need to download your drivers for your computer from your manufacturer. This whole process took less than 30 minutes. Now my computers are ultra fast and I don't have to worry about update errors... Microsoft should explain this process to people!

115 out of 144 people found this helpful.

User Rating: 1 out of 5

Submitted on4/28/2017

Review title of DashoBricked my computer

Despite the fact that my system meets all the listed technical requirements, Microsoft now tells me my Dell Laptop is actually not compatible with Windows 10. Unfortunately, there was no way for me to know that until after running the install program which erased my previous operating system before. Now I have a computer that doesn't work, can't be restored, and a copy of Windows 10 that's completely useless. (And have been hung up on 3 times while trying to get customer support.)

Microsoft Store responded on 5/4/2017

Hello, We are so sorry to hear that you were not able to get Windows 10 working properly on your device. I've escalated your submission to our tier 3 customer support team. Please look for an email from Microsoft Support within the next 24-48 hours that will be sent to the email address you provided along with this submission. We would be happy to assist in getting you up and running.

85 out of 109 people found this helpful.

User Rating: 3 out of 5

Submitted on4/7/2017

Review title of Ken YWin 7 was a much better product

Windows a a much better product. Faster and easier to use. I don't appreciate being forced to settle for Win 10

95 out of 123 people found this helpful.

User Rating: 2 out of 5

Submitted on5/1/2017

Review title of Verified CustomerToo much invasion of privacy and personal data col

I don't like the amount of personal data collected with this or any other software produced by large corporations. Slow performance, and Edge causes too many conflicts with other MS programs.

93 out of 121 people found this helpful.

User Rating: 1 out of 5

Submitted on4/19/2017

Review title of YolandieForced updates at the most inconvenient times.

These foreced updates are absolutely rediculous and always happen at THE most inconvenient times. Microsoft, please, let your users choose updates when it suits them.

72 out of 94 people found this helpful.

User Rating: 3 out of 5

Submitted on4/19/2017

Review title of DeesbikeFrom Vista to Windows 10

I upgraded my computer from Vista to Windows. after doing so and having to back up everything possible if you do decide to upgrade from Vista to Windows 10 make sure you backup your desktop anything like that because you will lose it. right now I'm trying to get the scanner to work on my printer which is a total different setup which I'm trying to figure out ,otherwise it's okay program. I had Windows 7 on my laptop which I was used to which I can Zippity Doo Dah through it, but Windows 10 is a little bit harder to deal with. recommend it.... if you really want to try it go ahead but I wouldn't go any higher than 8

Microsoft Store responded on 4/25/2017

Hello, We are sorry to hear that you are experiencing issues with your printer after upgrading to Windows 10. Please visit: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/products/windows?os=windows-10 to troubleshoot the issue. There is a link to contact us at the top of this page if you'd like to speak with a support representative. We would be happy to assist you.

45 out of 58 people found this helpful.

User Rating: 5 out of 5

Submitted on5/8/2017

Review title of saved8820Windows works great!

We upgraded from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10 as soon as we could. It was a smooth upgrade and we have had minimal problems with it.

69 out of 92 people found this helpful.

User Rating: 1 out of 5

Submitted on2/22/2017

Review title of nephtiesWorst OS ever!

Finally gave away my win 10 laptop because I couldn't stand it another minute. Impossible system, annoying, everything has been changed, unreliable...CAN'T STAND IT! Will never give up my Win 7 desktop and if need by will build my own computer and install Win 7 OS from my disks.

6 out of 6 people found this helpful.

User Rating: 1 out of 5

Submitted on4/10/2017

Review title of Darth_slug 2017should be free

Free downloads for windows wanted to install earlier but you making me pay for it now

171 out of 243 people found this helpful.

User Rating: 5 out of 5

Submitted on5/3/2017

Review title of Don EarlBest Windows Yet!

I agree with some other reviewers, upgrade your hardware. On current hardware Windows 10 runs rock hard stable. Fastest boot times ever. My wife is disabled and uses a Surface Pro with touch. Microsoft is far ahead of the 'others' when it comes to accessibility.

65 out of 88 people found this helpful.
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This is a full version of Windows 10; we recommend you back up your files before installing. Windows Media Center is not available in Windows 10. Apps and features may vary by market. Updates are automatically enabled during support period; additional requirements will apply over time. Some features such as touch may require a new device. To check for compatibility, support period, and other important installation information, visit your device manufacturer's website and windows.com/windows10specs.

[1] For the supported lifetime of the device.
[2] Touch capable tablet or PC required. Pen accessory may be sold separately.
[3] Windows Hello requires specialized hardware, including fingerprint reader, illuminated IR sensor or other biometric sensors.
[4] Netflix subscription required, sold separately.
[5] 4K functionality available with supported games, programming, monitors, and graphics chips.
[6] Cortana available in select markets; experience may vary by region and device.