Windows 10 is on track to be released in July


AMD messed up big time when CEO Lisa Su accidentally revealed the Windows 10 release date, which it claimed was in July. While there hasn’t been any confirmation from Microsoft about the release date, numerous internal sources claim that July is, in fact, the month that Windows 10 is scheduled to be released, with July 29th often being mentioned as the exact day. 

Microsoft is still preparing to finalize Windows 10 in time for a July launch. AMD CEO Lisa Su originally revealed the Windows 10 July launch plans in an earnings call back in April, but Microsoft has not officially commented on the date other than restating that the operating system will launch in the summer. Sources familiar with Microsoft’s plans have revealed to The Verge that the company has been targeting a late July release for months now, and that it’s still on track. We understand that July 29th was one of a few target dates discussed, and that the company is trying to finalize the code (release to manufacturing) by the end of June. Microsoft had considered announcing a Windows 10 launch date at Build on April 29th, marking three months until a launch, but the company wasn’t ready to commit to a date it might not meet. Russian leaker WZor originally claimed earlier this week that the Windows 10 release is “confirmed for July 2015.”

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