Mark your calendars folks, as Microsoft just unveiled Window 10’s launch date, dating to July 29th of this year for both physical and digital copies. Windows 10 will be available for free on certain Microsoft OS users too, which is a heaven sent if you’re using Windows 8/8.1 which received a not so great feedback among its users.
The most notable features of Windows 10 includes support for DirectX 12, the return of the Start Menu, a new browser called Microsoft Edge, integration of Windows Store, ala Google Playstore for Windows, Cortana, as the personal digital assistant, and many more. It is also expected that with Cross platform support (Xbox One), Windows 10 users will be able to stream their Xbox One games to the PC, and maybe even cross play with console gamers on certain titles with the help of the DirectX 12 API.
Will you be upgrading?