Microsoft has removed the Windows 10 installation option from the Windows Store, removing it from the “installers” section of the Windows App Store.
Windows 10 installers are one of the new additions to Windows 10 that are designed to allow Windows 10 users to install software on Windows 10 machines without the need for installing it on their own hardware.
Installing a Windows 10 version on a Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 PC or laptop is a quick, easy and painless process, with the ability to switch between the two operating systems at will.
The new Lowes installer, however, was removed from the store in October.
Lowes had previously announced that it would drop Windows 10 support in November after it was confirmed that Microsoft would be dropping support for Windows 10.
“Windows 10 is an integral part of Windows and we hope you will be able to use it for years to come.
If you are not ready to take your PC to the next level, we recommend using our advanced Windows 10 Upgrade to get a Windows 15.4 upgrade,” a spokesperson told TechRadar.
A spokesperson for Microsoft did not respond to requests for comment.
Microsoft is still supporting Lowes with its Windows 10 upgrade tools, but the installer no longer has the Lowes name.
Microsoft removed the installer from the Store because the Lowles website no longer exists.