With the launch of Windows 10 not too far away, some leaked pricing has just popped up on Newegg through a search for Windows 10, with two OEM System Builder packages for sale.
Windows 10 Home OEM will cost $109.99, while Windows 10 Professional OEM will be $40 more at $149.99. Both of the listings has an on-sale date of August 31, with these prices being $10 higher for the Windows 8 Home OEM and Windows 8 Professional OEM when it launched.
The question remains: will you be upgrading to Windows 10 for free? Or will you be spending the $100-$150 on Microsoft's new OS?
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