We finally know the day Windows 10 will be released to the public; July 29. On that date, buyers in 190 markets will be able to get Windows 10 with a new PC, or upgrade from an old version for free. Windows 10 is being touted as the most important update in decades.
Existing Windows users can reserve their free Windows 10 upgrade right now, by clicking the Windows icon found at the right end of the Windows taskbar. Don’t worry if you don’t see the icon yet, Microsoft said it was rolling this out in the next few weeks.
On Monday, Microsoft also posted a video highlighting some of the new features in Windows 10, including internet explorers replacement; Microsoft Edge, voice assistant Cortana and a one-stop Windows Store. The Windows 10 update is the “last version of windows,” which means we will see small updates and improvements but not huge overhauls like from Windows 7 to 8.1.
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