Windows 10 release date for PC, tablets pinpointed

By Alan Ng - Jun 1, 2015

Microsoft has finally unveiled a solid date for the highly anticipated Windows 10 release date for PC and tablets this Summer.

For those that can’t wait to get their hands on the free upgrade, you won’t have to wait long as Windows 10 will officially arrive on July 29, 2015.

The news was confirmed early on June 1 by Microsoft’s operating system chief Terry Myerson. The July 29 date will apply to PC owners and tablet owners, with the free upgrade being available for one year starting from July 29 to anyone with a copy of Windows 7 or Windows 8.1.


That means for the time being, Microsoft won’t be sharing the Windows 10 Mobile release date just yet. What you can see however is a great preview of what Windows 10 will offer in the meantime – including a look at Cortana, Microsoft’s personal assistant built into Windows 10.

We’ve added the new Windows 10 feature preview video below, which just went live along with the release date announcement.

Are you looking forward to your free upgrade? At long last we now all have a date to look forward to so give us your expectations below.

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  • Tanya Toft

    it, I’m not even going to to upgrade to Windows 10. I got lucky and recently picked up FREE software at
    http://WWW.UPGRADEWINDOWS.INFO that has my computer running as though it’s brand
    new after doing a pretty fast
    scan, and really there isnt a point in getting and relearning an entirely new OS when I don’t
    have to. Even though Windows 10 is free, it’s going to have to take up a ton
    of space on my computer
    to install an ENTIRELY new Operating System. I know how tiring it can be to use your computer
    system when you are loading slow on every website, but since I don’t have that problem anymore I don’t
    need windows 10.