Finally, the wait is over: Microsoft has announced that it will launch Windows 10 on 29th July. Windows 7, Windows 8 and 8.1 users will be able to upgrade their existing OS for free. Windows 8.1 and 7 users have started seeing the Get Windows 10 sign, which gives an option to ‘reserve the Windows 10’. Here’s how it looks it. You should be able to see it on the task bar.
All you need to upgrade to Windows 10 is 3GB of free space.
Windows 10 will have exciting new apps like Cortana, Office 2016, Cloud integration of OneDrive and Dropbox, Xbox Live, a new mail and photos app, Windows Continuum, which would allow you to duplicate Windows display on multiple mobile and desktop devices.
On July 29, Windows 10 will be available to install or upgrade for PC, laptops and tablets. All the devices running official Windows 8.1 will be upgraded. The devices which will be shipped after the official launch of Windows 10 will have pre-installed Windows 10.