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Microsoft is keeping a steady pulse on Windows 10, releasing bits of news along the way to its official release in mid-2015. Today, Microsoft has announced their January 21 Windows 10 event, which is to take place in Redmond, WA.

Although the previous Windows 10 episode focused on the OS general announcement, it was more tightly focused on Windows 10 for enterprise. This time around, the consumer angle is getting the spotlight treatment. Satya Nadella, Terry Myerson, Joe Belfiore, and Phil Spencer will all be on hand for at the event to tell us what is next.

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Microsoft has now officially revealed the special deal it will give Microsoft Store customers on Thursday, December 11, as part of its 12 Days of Deals sales event. This time it's for the Windows 8.1 notebook, the ASUS Transformer Book T100TA, which will be priced at $249 in-store and online and just $199 for the first customers who show up tomorrow at the company's physical stores.

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If you are a member of the Windows Insider program and have the preview version of Windows 10 installed on your PC, you should be able to gain access to the final RTM (Release to Manufacturing) build of the OS when it is released sometime in 2015. That's the word, at least, from Microsoft's Gabriel Aul when he answered a user's recent question on Twitter.

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Microsoft begins its "12 Days of Deals" event today in its US and Canadian stores, as well as on their websites in both countries. US citizens will be able to get a 7-inch Toshiba Encore Mini tablet for just $79 today, with a free 16GB SD card thrown in, both in-store and online. If you are one of the first people to show up at one of the brick-and-mortar Microsoft Stores in the US, you can get that same tablet for just $49 today.

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Some time between August and October we should be seeing the first real consumer release of Windows 10. At least, that's the word from Kevin Turner, Microsoft's Chief Operating Officer. Sitting down for the final keynote at the Credit Suisse Annual Technology Conference, saying that they're shooting for a developer preview in early summer and a consumer release by late summer or early fall.

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