If so, you're good to go. Backup all your data first, and then get the W10 media creator and make a bootable USB. Install from that and W10 should activate. How is on the web.
I bought a desktop with win 10 OS installed. I would like to replace the HD with a new SSD drive. I think that I remember reading that unlike Win 7 that MS allows you to do that without having to call MS.
Is that correct? Thanks in advance.