Update: Now that Build 2015 is behind us, expect the bits of Windows 10 info to come in even more frequently. Check it out before the ‘Cut to the chase’ section below!
With Windows 8 and 8.1 Microsoft didn’t delivered what their users wanted. However it is not that bad for touch capable devices.
The users of Microsoft OS’s are expecting a perfect match for their hardware from company, they are doing hard-work to make it better for their users.
Update 29 July: Windows 10 upgrade available in 190 Countries
We are delighted to make Windows 10 available in 190 countries today. The launch of Windows 10 is being celebrated around the world with global fan celebrations and a new yearlong initiative to celebrate people and organizations making a difference around the world.
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Cut to the chase:
- What is it? A complete update for Windows
- When is it out? Windows 10 to be Released on 29th July
- What will it cost? For Windows 7 and 8.1 users, it will be free for one year
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When Windows 10 will release?
Update: Windows 10 to be Released on 29th July
Microsoft has confirmed that the Windows 10 is coming this summer on 29th of July.
What we do know is that, according to Microsoft’s Terry Myerson, the OS “will be available this summer in 190 countries and 111 languages.”
If you were peeved by the vague choice of words in Myerson’s announcement, then chip maker AMD’s CEO Lisa Su has a juicy nugget of information for you. During a recent quarterly conference call, Su let loose in a comment that AMD is anticipating a “Windows 10 launch at the end of July.”
However, Su didn’t specify whether this launch at the end of July was for hardware manufacturers (known as release to manufacturer, or RTM) or the general public.
What we also are factoring in is, with the Windows 10 launch at the end of July, we are watching the impact of that on the back-to-school season’ – AMD CEO Lisa Su
How much will Windows 10 cost?
Myerson announced in January that Windows 10 will be free for Windows 7 and 8.1 users for its first year. While there’s no word on pricing for users still on an older version, Microsoft confirmed a while ago that the two most recent Windows versions will be able to upgrade to Windows 10 directly.
Microsoft’s chief blogger Brandon LeBlanc also confirmed that Microsoft will support those who scored a free upgrade to Windows 10 with security and system updates for the lifetime of those Windows devices.
For Windows 7 and 8.1 users, Windows 10 will be free for one year. After that period – not to mention for standalone copies of the OS – the asking price is still a mystery.