Windows 10 upgrade is delayed

Windows 10 upgrade is delayed

You can’t wait till the moment when you have an opportunity to upgrade your Windows 7 or 8 to Windows 10? Bad news for you, you won’t be able to do that by the end of July.

You can’t wait till the moment when you have an opportunity to upgrade your Windows 7 or 8 to Windows 10? Bad news for you, you won’t be able to do that by the end of July. 

About a month ago, Microsoft said that users would be able to update their older Windows versions to Windows 10 on July 29. On Thursday, Microsoft also claimed that all users wouldn’t be able to upgrade exactly on that day. So, actually, Microsoft will introduce upgrades in several waves.

Terry Myerson, Windows Chief, in a blog post said that the upgrades would be first available for those 5 million of people who have been testing a preview version of Windows, such-called “Windows Insiders.”

Myerson added that those who reserved copies of Windows 10 will have an opportunity to upgrade “slowly after July 29.” Thus, if you have reserved the copy beforehand, your computer will be confirmed as compatible.

The upgrade will be so slow because of the high demand. Microsoft expects that 1 billion users will run Windows 10 in two to three years.

We want to make sure all of you have a great upgrade experience, so we’ll roll-out Windows 10 in phases to help manage the demand. We are humbled by your excitement and we can’t wait to deliver Windows 10 to you soon

Microsoft has recently announced that businesses and schools will be able to use Windows 10 on August 1.

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