According to information provided by Microsoft we have to wait for a few months in order to enjoy the final version (RTM) of Windows 10. However, there is a high probability that the Redmond giant change (or have already changed) its publishing plans and issue a new system two months earlier.

Microsoft has accustomed us that the next OS has received the status of the RTM (final product) at the end of August and the premiere took place two months later, in the autumn. However, it appears that the manufacturer is seriously considering whether or not to hurry up and reverse the process by about two months.

According to this more plausible theory of Windows 10 would be ready in June. And would hit with consumers around the end of August. Among  this case there are many voices explaining Microsoft’s decision to change the most often repeated information that the manufacturer wants to make it on … shopping fever before the start of the new school year. It is not surprising that Windows is the basis not only for many companies, but also students. Parents and their offspring already recognized as a standard OS from Redmond and the accompanying Office. Especially if we are talking about the European market, in which the PC has a significant advantage over Apple computers.

It should be remembered, however, that this theory only applies to the version of Windows 10 on PC and tablets. Likely that the Xbox and smartphones will get the system in a predetermined period of time.

It turned out that in less than a week from the conference in Redmond, number of users who have installed windows 10 in their systems raised from 1.7 to 2 million. It means 300 thousand Windows 10 new members during the six days which is really impressive. It seems like Windows 10 will received the lots of love.

Do you think that Windows 10 will be released earlier than anticipated so far?

Source: Neowin

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