Microsoft announced earlier this year that Windows 10 will be available over the summer, with no specific launch date. Joe Belfiore has now revealed on Twitter that the operating system will launch on July 29.
July 29 is the date! Windows 10 for all! Tell friends & family: RESERVE YOUR COPY NOW to get it on day 1! https://t.co/jGSloJDZkM— joebelfiore (@joebelfiore) June 1, 2015
Microsoft has started notifying users to reserve their free upgrades to Windows 10, and rolled out a video highlighting the new features launching in the operating system:
Users yet to receive a notification can head to the link below to reserve their copy of Windows 10. The link is still propagating, so if it doesn't work for you just yet, we suggest trying again in a while.
Source: Blogging WIndows
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