Windows 10 release date
Published: June 1, 2015
Windows 10 release date, Microsoft plans to release its new Windows 10 operating system on July 29.
Terry Myerson, Microsoft’s vice president of operating systems, revealed the release date this morning with a blog post. Previously, the company had said Windows 10 would arrive sometime in the summer. According to the company, the new OS will reach 190 countries across the globe in 111 languages.
Microsoft unveiled an early version of Windows 10 in the fall, releasing a “technical preview” to a small group of testers. The OS is intended for both businesses and consumers, and according to Microsoft, it will run on an unprecedented array of machines. This includes desktops, laptops, phones, and tablets, “Internet of Things” devices that power homes and business offices, and computer servers running in the massive data centers that underpin the world’s Internet services. The company says the new Windows will also run on its new Hololens augmented-reality headset. For now, however, the version shipping on July 29 will be available only for desktops, laptops, and tablets.
With the rise of the Mac and so many other alternatives to Windows computers—including a world of tablets as well as Google’s Chrome OS machines—Microsoft is facing more competition than ever on the consumer front. But it’s hoping to stay ahead of rivals with new technology like Hololens and Continuum for Phone, a way of turning any screen into a personal PC by simply plugging in your smartphone. It’s unclear, however, just how useful these new tools will be.
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