Microsoft’s Gabe Aul has confirmed that Windows 10 free upgrades will support unlimited clean installs.
The Head of the Windows Insider Program, announced the news on Twitter.
Prior to this announcement, it was unclear how clean installations of Windows 10 would work. Users were worried that a reset or clean install made after July 28th, 2016, i.e one year after the launch of Windows 10, will prevent Windows from being validated as a genuine copy. Even the Microsoft Forums did not provide a clear answer to this issue.
But now it is apparent from Aul’s tweet, that Windows 10 validations aren’t restricted to the built-in Reset feature in [...]