“We want every consumer to have a great upgrade experience. That’s why we’ll be rolling out Windows 10 in phases to manage demand,” Myerson said.
On July 29, the latest version of the operating system will be first available to members of the Windows Insider program. The company says that users who have registered for the upgrade will be informed about the download gradually. Microsoft says that the upgrade process will depend on the rollout performance.
“Beginning on July 29, we will be the first to make Windows 10 available to members of the Windows Insider Program,” Myerson said. Thereafter, the latest version will be made available to the users who have registered on a phased basis. This process will be expedited after July 29. We’ll be sharing their experiences with Windows 10 users every day during the rollout.”
If a user has reserved a copy of Windows 10, Microsoft will notify the user after checking the system’s compatibility and downloading the new OS to the system. If for any reason the system is not eligible for the Windows 10 upgrade, Microsoft will inform the user about the upgrade requirements.
Myerson also revealed that business houses that have registered for Windows 10 Enterprise and Windows 10 Education will have to wait a little longer. These versions will be rolled out from 1 August.
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