When you buy a PC, you typically install the operating system, the drivers, and a few programs.
You can also install games and software for free, or you can pay for a subscription to a dedicated gaming service.
For many, however, the install isn’t free, and it may not even work.
In order to get a free PC, your first step is to get Windows 8 installed.
Microsoft is making Windows 8 free, free of charge.
The company says it has “launched Windows 8 as a free download for all PCs,” but it won’t be available to all customers for a long time.
When Windows 8 first went live on January 31, it promised “a comprehensive upgrade experience.”
The upgrade includes new hardware features like the Start button, a revamped Windows 10 desktop, and more.
But some users have been reporting issues with the upgrade.
According to Microsoft, Windows 8’s upgrade process will take about 15-30 minutes, but there is no guarantee that the process will work.
Windows 8 users who have tried to upgrade using the online installer have encountered problems.
Some users report that the installer doesn’t work at all.
Other users have reported problems with the Windows 7 and 8.1 upgrade.
Microsoft says that Windows 8 will be “coming to your PC in time for the holidays.”
However, some of those who have already upgraded to Windows 8 say they are having problems with it.
“When the installer launches, it displays a warning saying that it may take up to an hour to complete the installation,” Microsoft wrote on its support site.
“If you do not hear any error message when the installer begins, try resuming from a previous backup of your data.”
“In general, it takes about 15 minutes to complete a Windows 8 installation,” the company continued.
“It is possible that it might take longer if you are using a slower connection.
However, the installation process should be seamless.”
The Microsoft blog also notes that the upgrade process may take longer when it comes to upgrading to Windows 7, Windows 7.1, or Windows 8.
If you experience problems with upgrading, you can try reinstalling Windows 7 or Windows 7 Home Premium on your PC.
You may also want to install the update from Microsoft’s website, or wait until Microsoft releases a Windows update to fix the problem.