Microsoft will be rolling out a highly-anticipated update to hardware running Windows RT around the time of the company launching Windows 10. According to an FAQ the company published a few weeks prior, those rocking Windows RT will receive an update on or around July 29 that will add some Windows 10 features.
From the Microsoft FAQ:
"If you're running Windows RT, your device won't upgrade to Windows 10, but we will have an update for you around the time of Windows 10 release."
While no exact date was specified in the FAQ (we somehow glanced over this detail), it's superb news for those on Windows RT, knowing they will be receiving an update in due course. As for what features will be included, we still have no idea. What would you like to see added?
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