Earlier in the week we heard who will have to pay for Windows 10 and now we have some more details about the release of Microsoft’s next generation OS.
Windows 10 will launch on the 29th of July and there will be a number of versions of the software available for PCs and laptops.
According to a recent report, Microsoft will offer Windows 10 Home and Professional on a USB drive as well as on DVD’s. These new Windows 10 flash drives will come with both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows 10 which will allow you to choose which version to install on your PC.
Pricing for the new Windows will start at $119.99 for the Home version and $199 for the professional version, owners of existing Windows 7 and Windows 8 computers will get a free upgrade to the new OS.
Source WinFuture, Windows Central
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