Microsoft to release Windows 10 Anniversary on August 2

Microsoft to release Windows 10 Anniversary on August 2

The Microsoft Windows 10 Anniversary update is one of the hottest updates expected this summer but the software pack will arrive with a delay – instead of on July 29, the package will become public on August 2. We cannot be unhappy, though – the update could have been delayed with months.

The Windows 10 Anniversary update will come with numerous bug fixes and improvements that will also make Windows 10-based machines more stable. The package will offer a technology called Windows Ink, a new Start menu, improved Cortana functionality, improved Action Center, dark mode and biometrical identification. The update will be free for all Windows 10 users.

Along with the release Windows 10 will get a price – starting on August 2 the latest Microsoft OS will sell for USD 119 – a price valid for Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 users.

Source: Wccftech.com

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