Windows 10 gets an official launch date this summer

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Microsoft has been hard at work reinventing itself since the administration of Satya Nadella began a few months ago. We now see a company that’s more aggressively focused in expanding its software grip, even if that’s at the cost of not serving its own hardware at the same speed. Windows 10 plays a major roll in this reinvention, and today we learn more about its launch date.

Microsoft had teased that we should expect Windows 10 to launch this summer, but today we finally get an official date for July 29th. We did hear that the service would be a free upgrade, but today we also learn that the free upgrade requires that you reserve a spot for it. We’re not sure if Microsoft is doing this to be able to meet demand, but it would be a great idea for you to do so. Microsoft also pushed a teaser video of everything we can all expect for Windows 10 on the desktop, and how this will integrate with mobile.

We’re sadly not sure if this update will also hit mobile devices at the same time, but we should learn more soon. For now, you can reserve your upgrade at the source link.

Source: Microsoft
Via: Windows Central

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