With all the new Technical builds and apps coming around the Windows 10, Microsoft has not provided any specific date for the release of the new OS. But during AMD’s latest earnings call last week, president and CEO Lisa Su revealed that Microsoft will launch Windows 10 in the late July. This happened when answering a question on inventory plans, Lisa Su said:
With the Windows 10 launch at the end of July, we are watching sort of the impact of that on the back-to-school season, and expect that it might have a bit of a delay to the normal back-to-school season inventory build-up.
It also reveals that the company would like to use the back-to-school plans i.e. the idea that students and individuals going back to education for the next year, will try to get their hands on the new tech.
All of this being said, its not a official date that we can hold on to, since Microsoft has pointed nothing when it comes to launch but we surely cant ignore this fact that AMD provides new hardware when new OS comes in the market so they must be knowing dates of release to ready their hardware accordingly.
The only thing we can say for now from the Microsoft side is that we can expect some more info about the new builds and also on the Project Spartan at Microsoft’s BUILD event later this month.