Microsoft released Windows 10 a couple years ago, and with that it offered free upgrade to all the Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 users. While, the company largely stopped offering free Windows 10 upgrades back in July 2016, there’s been an ongoing exception: if you use accessibility features, you’ve had an extension of that promo. And now, that last deal is also coming to an end.

Microsoft has updated its site to reveal that the free upgrades for those who need assistive technologies will end on the last day of this year – December 31st, 2017. The extension was originally announced to give extra time to users who had to wait for the July 2016 Anniversary Update.

This announcement isn’t going to have any dramatic impact on Windows 10’s uptake. Considering the fact that Windows 10 has been around for quite some time, if you wanted it in the first place, the odds are that you’ve already upgraded your PC to the Windows 10.