Windows 10 change active network name
Hi jindogae It looks like those 'Support' people meesed up. I think you are meant to have Windows 10 Home and they installed the Pro version. Is there a Windows 7 sticker on the windows 10 change active network name
of your device and does that report Windows 7 Home or Pro. I have not changed anything nor added new hardware etc so am nonplussed about this. The page appears to be providing accurate, safe information.
After windows 10 change active network name
successfully performed a Home-to-Pro upgrade, you can file that product key away. Your upgrade is now a digital license, attached to your unique hardware. If you perform a reinstallation of Windows, Microsoft's activation servers will recognize the hardware click here
activate Windows 10 automatically. I have tested this scenario multiple times on hardware that originally shipped with Windows Home and was upgraded to Windows 10 Pro. After the upgrade was complete, I used a bootable USB flash drive containing Windows 10 setup files to reinstall a clean copy of Windows 10 Pro, skipping the option to enter a product key as part of setup, as shown below. When prompted, be sure to choose Windows 10 Pro as the edition to install.
windows 10 change active network name from links is given below.