Microsoft has so far not provided a confirmed release date for Windows 10, it has only said that the new software will be released this summer. We have heard rumors about the Windows 10 release date and the release has been pegged for July 2015.Microsoft has not commented on this timeframe, reiterating that we should expect the software to arrive over the summer. There’s a new report out which claims that July 29th could possibly be the Windows 10 release date.


Back in April, AMD CEO Lisa Su let it slip during the company’s earnings call that Windows 10 could arrive by July 2015. The Verge hears from “sources familiar with Microsoft’s plans” that the company has indeed been looking at a late July release for Windows 10.

It also reports that Microsoft mulled over announcing July 29th as the release date at its Build conference which took place on April 29th, that would have left the company with three full months until it was due to release the new software.

Microsoft reportedly decided against it because it didn’t want to give a date that it couldn’t commit to. Recent reports suggest that Windows 10 RTM could be pushed out by early July and this could very well allow for a public release by July 29th.

However, will Microsoft be able to iron out all of the kinks and ensure that it can roll out a bug-free build of Windows 10 to the general public by late July? That’s one question the company will certainly ask itself before making the final decision.

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