Earlier this year in January Microsoft confirmed that existing Windows RT devices like the Surface 2 and the Surface RT will not be updated to Windows 10, instead the company promised that it would release a software update for these devices which will bring some of the features found on Windows 10. Since then Microsoft has not said much about this status of this update, it breaks its silence today by saying that this much awaited Windows RT update is going to be released “around the time of Windows 10 release.”

About a month back Microsoft confirmed when it’s going to release the next iteration of Windows, the company will start rolling out Windows 10 to the public on July 29th.

This means that we should expect the Windows RT update to arrive some time before then, we’ll have to keep guessing until Microsoft provides us with a confirmed release date.

Microsoft may have shared the timeframe in which this update is going to be released it is yet to fully explain just how the update is going to bring some Windows 10 features over to RT devices.

Windows RT users will surely keep their fingers crossed over the next few weeks hoping that Microsoft take the time out and explain what this update is all about, and what it’s going to bring for their devices.

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