Windows 10 release date revealed:

Windows 10 release date revealed:



After months of speculation Microsoft has officially announced its Windows 10 software will launch globally on 29 July. 

The Washington-based firm said Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users will have one year from this date to take advantage of the free upgrade.

And once a device is upgraded to Windows 10, Microsoft said it will continue to keep it up-to-date for the supported lifetime of the device at no cost.

For other Windows users, or people who don't currently run a version of the firm's operating system, they will need to pay for the software. 

Microsoft hasn't announced pricing but details leaked on a reseller over the weekend suggest it will start at $109.99 for the Home edition, and $149.99 for the Professional version.



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