Windows 10 Pro came with my machine and it used to say "Windows is activated with a digital license linked to your Microsoft account."
UPDATE: Correcting the above information. My PC was built by the shop from parts. I assume they installed Windows 10 Pro on it, but what I am not sure about is how I got a Digital Certificate in the first place and how it got tied to my Microsoft account as it's been so long.
I recently had an SSD installed at a computer shop, had them make it my primary drive, and had them install Windows 10 Pro on it.
When I got home, I logged into my Microsoft account to sync my Windows activation with Microsoft.
However, when I checked my Activation status, it now says "Windows is activated using your organization's activation service."
This came as a surprise as I don't belong to any organization and it's a home computer.
My Microsoft account is already signed in to the PC and is an Administrator, but it doesn't seem to be linking the license that I assume I still have to my PC.
However, when I check my account info on account.microsoft.com, I do see my PC under Devices and it says that no issues are found.
Unfortunately, I can't open the Activation Troubleshooter nor add a Microsoft account in the Activation settings as Windows 10 is already activated.
My questions are:
Should I be worried that my license will eventually expire? There doesn't seem to be any way to tell how long it will remain valid.
UPDATE: You can check how long your license will last by running
slmgr /xprin the command prompt.
Is there a way to force Windows to link to the digital license that it used to say I have on my Microsoft account?
Or perhaps I need to contact someone at Microsoft to have them turn my license into a digital one?
I can't imagine moving Windows from an HDD to an SSD to be a super significant hardware change as it's a very common scenario and the motherboard and other parts were left untouched.