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Part of the first wave of Windows 10 devices, some of these feature biometric authentication.
Unfortunately, it's a.) not free and b.) Newegg's earlier leak was incorrect.
Now that we know when and how Microsoft plans to upgrade consumers to Windows 10, in detail, we can pass that advice along to you. Here's our guide to making the big move.
Microsoft has revealed when you'll be able to officially download Windows 10, especially if you've signed up for a "reservation" on Windows 7 or Windows 8.1.
A web page posted a wee bit too early by Newegg seems to show the prices for Windows 10 Home and Windows 10 Professional, as well as when you can buy them.
On Friday, Microsoft released its latest Windows 10 build 10130, which adds further refinements as Microsoft hastens toward a summer launch.
Microsoft has yet to make an announcement, but apparently the operating system is still slated for a late July release.
Windows 10 will run on older PCs, which is why IDC predicts no boost in sales. But those who sit tight will miss out on some cool new features.
Microsoft's Windows Store tweaks aim to make it easier to find quality apps.
The result? Search indexing across multiple Windows 10 devices, your email, and your cloud services—and it does GPS tagging too!
Microsoft is rolling out a red carpet for iOS and Android users, giving them a standalone version of Cortana and some help syncing their data to Windows PCs.
It's late in the game, but Microsoft is still playing around with the visual look to elements of Windows 10 as it tweaks the OS prior to the upcoming launch.
Windows 10 preview build 10122 doesn't add many new features and is a lot more stable than previous versions—unless you're trying to use the new Edge browser with an AMD Radeon GPU.