Reminder: Windows 10 Release Date Set at the End of This July
And now the moment we’ve been waiting for since the announcement of Windows 10 last fall. Microsoft finally revealed the release date of full version of Windows 10! The company’s newest operating system will be available on July 29th!
When Microsoft introduced Windows 10 in October last year, we knew that something special is going on. For the first time in history of Microsoft’s operating system, we had a chance to test one during its development phase. And after 10 months of testing and trying various builds of Windows 10 Technical Preview, we’ll finally have a chance to use the full, final version of the system.
Windows Insider program was ‘super-popular’ and ti featured more than four million testers of Windows 10 Technical Preview, who were providing a useful feedback to Microsoft, so the company can make as quality operating system as possible. Insider Program also helped Microsoft to promote its new operating system to users, and it looks like it worked. Users are very satisfied with Windows 10, and they expect even more from the final version.
You can also find information about the release date of Windows 10 if you ask Cortana, which will tell you that you’ll get Windows 10 on July 29th. Also Microsoft included a “Windows 10 icon” in the system tray of Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1 where you can reserve the copy of Windows 10 for you.
Windows 10 has a potential to be something really special. It gathers all positive and beloved features of previous Microsoft’s operating system and combines it with new, revolutionary features. And based on reviews and feedback of current users, Windows 10 could easily become the most popular Microsoft’s operating system ever. But if you still can’t decide whether you should be a part of this huge project, you should read our article about the most important Windows 10 features and its advantages over Windows 8.
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