At Computex, Microsoft kicked off its press conference by revealing that 4 million people have signed up for its Windows Insiders program, providing valuable feedback on the development of Windows 10. Microsoft stated that its partners are working on a multitude of hardware based on Windows 10, with 96 devices in the pipeline and over 300 products running the operating system available by the time it debuts on July 29. That means a whole lot of new hardware to look forward to from Redmond and its partners later this year.

Microsoft detailed how Windows 10 was a departure from how it approached the operating system in the past. By creating a more personal computing, along with a universal app platform, ongoing OS updates and an investment in free upgrades, Microsoft is gravitating to a service-based model with Windows for the first time.

Stay tuned for more updates from Computex!