Updated May 10, 2019 08:00:00The latest version of Palm’s Windows-based Palm OS will go on sale in a couple of weeks, with the OS 10 and 10.2 upgrades set to go live this month.
While most people will get the 10.3 upgrade as a free upgrade, the Palm OS users will get a 10.5 upgrade at a price of $119.95, according to the company.
Those upgrading from 10.1 will also get the upgrade at the same price of £119.99, while those upgrading from the 10-series will get an upgrade at £149.99.
Palm will also offer a free trial for the 10 series software, which will be free for two years after its initial release.
The trial period starts this Friday and lasts until March 31, 2019, the company said in a statement.
Users of the Palm 10.x operating system will also be able to upgrade to 10.7, which is the OS of choice for Apple’s iOS and Android devices.
In addition to the 10 upgrade, which starts at $119 a month, users will also receive a free $30 credit to use for all future upgrades, according a statement from the company, adding that it will not offer a one-time $30 bonus.
Palms OS 10 upgrade will go out in a monthA free Palm OS upgrade, along with the $30 in credit, is part of the company’s “free” promotion, which launched earlier this year.
The Palm OS, which offers a number of high-quality apps including music, photo and video editing, is a lightweight, free-to-use, Windows-only operating system.
It comes in at just over 200MB in size, but its high resolution and ease of use makes it ideal for small to medium-sized business, especially when working from home or at a desk.
Palmer is a division of Palm Inc., which also includes the PalmOS smartphones, the mobile-phone company.