It seems like some may want to start bidding farewell to their current operating systems, with Microsoft today announcing that Windows 10 will begin rolling out to PC users starting July 29 2015. This update will simultaneously begin in 190 countries worldwide, and will be available as a free upgrade to everyone currently using Windows 7 or Windows 8.1. Windows 10 will be made available for other devices later this year.
While I won’t list all the new and returning features in this post (Read HERE instead), some of the new features included in Windows 10 are: the return of the START menu, the “personal digital assistant” Cortana, the introduction of an all new browser (Windows Edge) and the ability to stream games from your Xbox One console to your Windows 10 device (Although only a number of games available in 2015 will support this feature – and requires Xbox Live Gold membership).
Microsoft are also letting those interested in upgrading as soon as possible, reserve their copy of Windows 10. This can be done via the Windows 10 Update website.