Windows 10… Nearly here

Image source: news.microsoft.com

Image source: news.microsoft.com

Microsoft have confirmed July 29th as the date that Windows 10 is finally going to be launched. For the users already using Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 for the past year will have one year to download Windows 10 for free if they reserve a copy within a few weeks of the launch. For all other users who don’t meet this criteria, they would have to pay for the new version of Windows 10.

Prices for Windows 10 will be:

  • Windows 10 Home – $119 (£78, AU$156)
  • Windows 10 Pro – $199 (£131, AU$262)

The Vice President of Microsoft, Mr. Terry Myerson wrote on his blog,”We designed Windows 10 to create a new generation of Windows for the 1.5 billion people using Windows today in 190 countries around the world.”

Windows 10 is compatible and will run smoothly on the hardware that is already supporting Windows 7. Due to the growing market for iOS and Android, the release of Windows 10 will become crucial for the future of Windows and Microsoft itself.

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