Microsoft today announced the release date of its much anticipated Windows 10. The company in a blog post sates that Windows 10 to be available on July 29 to the 1.5 billion people in the world from 190 countries using Windows from Microsoft.
At recently concludedMicrosoft Build Developer conference, the company announced Windows 10 will be the last ever Windows version in its known form, not doing future versions and future upgrades may be rolled out like OS X for Mac.
The company was testing the new version with four million Windows Insiders and after the positive feedback received from beta testing decided to release it for the users. Those who are running their PCs with Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 can upgrade free version for one year after it is released.
In the post Terry Myerson, Microsoft Vice President for Operating Systems says, “We designed Windows 10 to run our broadest device family ever, including Windows PCs, Windows tablets, Windows phones, Windows for the Internet of Things, Microsoft Surface Hub, Xbox One and Microsoft HoloLens—all working together to empower you to do great things.”
July 29 is the date! Windows 10 for all! Tell friends & family: RESERVE YOUR COPY NOW to get it on day 1! http://t.co/jGSloJDZkM
— joebelfiore (@joebelfiore) June 1, 2015
The new versions has much better look from its previous version and have more security as it comes up with Windows Defender, a free anti-malware tool which adds more protection to your computer and provided security updates supported lifetime.
In last version of Windows 8, Microsoft removed Start Menu which they reinstated in the new version. Windows 10 is faster than ever before and has with quick start-up and resume option to deliver users better experience in personal commuting.
News Source & Image: Windows Blog