Windows 10 release date: When is Microsoft’s free upgrade available?

23 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Windows 10 Build 10240 is what you’ll find on Windows 10 PCs.

In fact, when I received an official, Microsoft-approved, Lenovo Yoga 12 laptop with Windows 10 on it last night, I thought there would be some sort of official stamp of completion. I asked Microsoft for clarification. ““This build is the latest Windows 10 build, and we’ll continue to update Windows 10 code as we head toward launch and beyond,” a Microsoft spokeswoman said in a statement. “We are embracing a new way to deliver Windows.” A few days ago, Microsoft stopped making ISO copies of Windows 10 available. More importantly, Microsoft has updated many of the Windows 10 apps separately, much like Google does for its Android operating system, or what Microsoft itself does for Windows Phone.

Why this matters: As blogger Paul Thurrott noted earlier today, it’s a matter of semantics: we’re used to buying completed products off a shelf, rather than services which are always being worked on.

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