Microsoft will upgrade your machine to Windows 10, or fork over a free Dell laptop

Huh! Now that's a pretty damn good deal. 

Microsoft wants to make a bet with you. If the company can’t upgrade your desktop or laptop to Windows 10 by the end of the business day, then you’ll get a free Dell Inspiron 15. Sounds like an awesome deal, right? Sure it does. But, naturally, there is a set of conditions customers must meet before getting that free laptop.

First, this deal can only be made within Microsoft’s brick-and-mortar stores located nationwide. Second, the laptop or desktop must be checked into the Answer Desk at participating stores before 12 noon local time. Finally, this deal actually started back on June 27 and conveniently ends on July 29 (or while supplies last), the same day Microsoft pulls the plug on its free upgrade plan. 

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