Microsoft Hedging on July 29 Release Date for Windows 10




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When word got out that Microsoft Corporation would release Windows 10, many were taken by surprise. The planned release this Summer seemed doubtful, based on how miserable Windows 8 was handled by Redmond. Microsoft Corporation indeed did confirm that Windows 10 would be released on July 29. Once the date confirmation was released, Microsoft Corporation has been struggling to tie up all the loose ends associated with the OS, and now concedes that the July 29th target is more of an estimate.
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Windows 10 blog contributor Terry Myerson has indicated that Microsoft Corporation has not communicated with manufacturers the tentative date for the final build, which is commonly referred to as “Released to Manufacturing” build, and is indicative of what consumers purchase in retail stores or download online.

Microsoft Corporation recently released the statement, “Starting on July 29, we will start rolling out Windows 10 to our Windows Insiders”. When Redmond first announced the July 29 launch date, it stated “On July 29, you can get Windows 10 for PCs and tablets by taking advantage of the free upgrade offer, or on a new Windows 10 PC from your favorite retailer.”

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Terry Myerson further indicated that consumers should “Look for this sticker for assurance that our OEM partners have proactively tested a device for compatibility with Windows 10.”

 

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