I bet most of us are already on the latest and greatest OS that Windows has to offer, and that is obviously Windows 10. However, that doesn’t end there. Running Windows 10 doesn’t solely determine if you’re on the perfect version. There are many sub-editions to Windows 10, just the way there were for Windows 7 and 8. The best version known to us that Windows 10 offers is the Professional version, which is a bit pricey. However, Windows 10 also has an Enterprise version, which offers much more options and features to choose from.
You sure can upgrade to Windows 10 Enterprise if you’re already on Windows 10 Pro or any other version. However, there is both a good side and a bad side to this upgrade. The good part is that you have no need to reinstall Windows 10, which means you pick off where you left last. Also, there is no money involved in this upgrade. But, since we are going to use ‘legitimate’ keys, your Windows version won’t be activated. You will have an annoying little watermark forever, but this won’t affect any features or performance.
So, how are we going to do this for free? Lucky for us, Windows already has keys for the Enterprise build leaked online. While these KMS keys won’t do you any good with activation, they will act as a decoy for your passage to Windows 10 Enterprise. Since the key we’re gonna use is an Enterprise key, this will force Windows to upgrade you to the same, without the need of any extra steps (or money). Without any further ado, here’s how to upgrade to Windows 10 Enterprise.
How to Upgrade to Windows 10 Enterprise
- You literally need nothing but a key (which you can find below), and your Windows 10 running PC. The best part is that you don’t even need any third-party application since all of the procedure can be done using the stock Windows 10 Settings application itself. Let’s begin.
- Hop into the Settings application, and then scroll all the way down to find ‘Update & Security‘. Clicking this will furthermore open extra options. You might be interested in the one that reads ‘Activation‘. One last click involves the option reading ‘Change Product Key‘.Â
- Now, Windows will ask you to input your product key, and if you have a legitimate product key, you can do so. However, if you don’t, you can use the one below to upgrade to Windows 10 Enterprise.
- It might take some time to validate your product key, and once done, Windows will ask whether you want to upgrade to Windows 10 Enterprise or not. Go ahead, and continue on with the last click. The installation might take anywhere from 10 minutes to an hour, depending on how much of a potato your PC is.
- Once done, you can now enjoy everything that Windows 10 Enterprise has to offer!
That’s basically it, if you have any issues with the procedure, make sure you comment down below, and we’ll assist you through the whole procedure.