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Microsoft goes public with more details on its Windows 10 rollout plan | ZDNetWe know Microsoft will begin rolling out Windows 10 on Wednesday, July 29.
But beyond that statement, the company has shared relatively few details about which versions will hit when; which devices will get it first; and what the follow-through plan is for its coming operating system.
On July 2, via a blog post from Terry Myerson, Executive Vice President of the newly combined Windows and Devices Group, Microsoft shared a few more specifics about how it will deliver Windows 10.
Microsoft is closing in on release-to-manufacturing (RTM) and "soon" will get the RTM build to its OEMs, Myerson said. After that, Microsoft will provide retailers with the RTM build so they can get the OS to individuals with recently purchased Windows 8.1 devices. (The image embedded above in this post is the sticker that will be on devices that have been proactively tested with Windows 10.)