09 Jul

Windows 10

Windows 10 release date revealed

It is said that the long awaited Windows 10 will be released late July, 2015. As Microsoft endorse it itself “Windows 10 isn’t for all of us, but for each of us”. This time around development of new OS is different than ever before. Microsoft is using valuable feedback provided by millions of people, which is to help shape the future of Windows.

Windows 10 feels familiar, simple navigation means that we don’t need to spend time learning new ways. In addition, we won’t have to worry about being up-to-date with the latest features or security updates, as Windows will automatically deliver – directly to your device – all updates as soon as they become available. The Store in Windows 10 will offer hundreds of thousands of apps including games, music, videos and a new version of Office.

A recent Microsoft update starts prompting Windows 7 and Windows 8 users to ‘reserve’ their free Windows 10 upgrade, but for our customers we would recommend NOT TO follow the wizard yet, since Windows 10 has not been tested on their network or with their software. Deploying Windows 10 without compatibility testing could cause major problems on the company network. We’ll make every attempt to block that patch from distribution (for customers who use our Managed Services) in order to avoid additional charges necessary for us to troubleshoot or fix problems later on.

Follow the tips provided below and stay connected to see what’s new in the IT world.

  1. Do not click on the upgrade prompt in the lower right corner (it appears as a Start button icon in the notification area on your taskbar):  w10

  1. However, if you do so, please don’t follow the wizard below (just close the window). If you have already followed this wizard, after July 29 you will receive a prompt to install Windows 10. DO NOT install it at that time.

  1. Please forward this information to all staff.
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