Windows 10 FREE Upgrade – The down side

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    Have a friend who upgraded his Windows 7 desktop to Windows 10. He then replaced the video adapter and Windows 10 was no longer activated and now requires them to PURCHASE a copy of Windows 10 from Micro$oft. Lucky he has the Windows 7 media to revert back to.

    Wonder what other hardware changes deactivates this not so free software. Wonder what a RAM increase of reduction does?

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