TL;DR: As of April 25, get a Windows 11 Pro lifetime license for just $50 — That’s a 74% discount.
You’re not locked out of an operating system upgrade just because you use an older computer. If you want to upgrade your computer’s look, feel, and functionality, it might be time to get Windows 11 Pro. Some computers got Windows 11 for free, but the Pro version does even more, and you can get it for three devices for life for just $49.99 (reg. $199).
Upgrade your PC
If you want to give your computer a low-cost upgrade that makes it feel like a new machine, Windows 11 Pro is a simple way to do it. This OS upgrade adds new, robust security features along with some welcome quality-of-life improvements.
Those security features include full device encryption, computer locating services with Find My Device, and firewall and network protection with a firewall. You can even protect your computer from the moment it wakes up with the new secure boot startup. Windows 11 has some of the same security features, but only 11 Pro gets BitLocker device encryption which lets you remotely encrypt your device if it gets lost or stolen.
Some of the user interface changes may be especially welcome if you prefer Macs. This software has rounded the windows, centered the taskbar, and expanded the file explorer. There are also a ton of new integrations for Microsoft apps.
Not every computer is compatible with Windows 11 or Windows 11 Pro. Microsoft has directions to find out if your computer is compatible, so make sure to check before you buy. Mostly, you’ll need a 1GHz or faster processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB of free space on your hard drive, and a few other specifications.
Make your old PC feel new with Windows 11 Pro
If you want to give your computer new life and expand what you can do with it, here’s your chance to pick up a lifetime license for Windows 11 Pro.
For a limited time, get Microsoft Windows 11 Pro on sale for just $49.99 (reg. $119).
Prices subject to change.
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