All we know that Microsoft recently activated the Get Windows 10 upgrade notification on eligible Windows 7 and 8.1 Computers.
How to Activate Windows 10 Notification?
But some users not able to see the notification, in spite of running Windows 7 SP1 or Windows 8.1, both of which qualify for a free upgrade to Windows 10.
If you are among the one then this article is for you only. This article shows you how to enable Windows 10 upgrade notification in your computer.
First of all you would need to check is your computer Eligible for the Windows 10 Upgrade?
Pre-requisite for Activate Windows 10 Notification
How to Activate Windows 10 Upgrade Notification
Some specific versions of Windows are eligible for the free upgrade to Windows 10, including genuine versions of Windows 7 (Starter, Home, Professional, and Ultimate) and Windows 8.1 (Phone, regular, Pro, and Pro for Students).
If your computer has Windows 7 installed, ensure that you have installed SP1. Windows 8 users have to upgrade to Windows 8.1 Update prior to Windows 10 upgrade.
In both cases, install all the latest mandatory updates and reboot your computer.
If you are running a different version of Windows and would like to upgrade to Windows 10 operating system, you could try to get a cheap Windows 7 or 8 licenses from Microsoft.
How to Enable Activate Windows 10 Notification?
Install Optional Updates KB3035583 & KB2952664 / KB2976978
The Get Windows notification is delivered through an optional update, which was considered adware by some users.
To check whether the optional update KB3035583 and KB2952664 (Windows 7) / KB2976978 (Windows 8.1) were installed on your computer, you would need to check Windows Update via a Windows search or the Control Panel.
If necessary, apply the updates, and then reboot your computer. Now, you might see a Windows 10 is coming soon announcement alert in the Control Panel.
Once you have successfully reserved Windows 10, you should see below notification under Windows Update.