Tuesday, October 9th 2018
Not long after releasing a poorly tested Windows 10 October 2018 update that has wiped out user data for countless users, exposing Microsoft to class-action litigation for data loss despite its update EULA stating that Microsoft isn't liable to data loss; the company has shored up retail prices of its Windows 10 Home licenses. Windows 10 Home now sells for USD $139, a 40% hike from its $99.99 general availability price on the Microsoft Store. OEM licenses of the operating system can still be had for $99 on Newegg. The Windows 10 Pro version still retails for $199.