Windows 10 may not come to you on July 29

Windows 10 may not come to you on July 29

Fans of the Windows operating system have been eagerly awaiting July 29, which is the day when Windows 10 is set to arrive. Unfortunately it seems that millions of people will get the new OS a bit later.

The thing is that Microsoft will roll out Windows 10 on July 29 and will do that in stages with Windows Insiders getting the new OS first. Then the new software will expand to the so-called reserved systems and finally to end users, although we doubt that it will take weeks or even months for the average Joe to get the new OS. But like we said – you have to be a Windows Insider to get Windows 10 on July 29 or if it happens to click on the “Get Windows 10” prompt when it appears in the Windows toolbar.

Still, Windows 10 will be a freebie for most of you – as you know users of genuine Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 will be able to upgrade within one year of the new OS release for free, so this will ease the pain a bit.

Source: Nextpowerup.com

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