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In an article on TechRadar, TechRadars’ weekly newsletter, we’ll take a look at how to prepare for the upcoming release of Windows 10.
As Windows 10’s release date nears, many of us have been speculating that Microsoft might not be releasing its new operating system in large numbers.
In fact, the company has been teasing a number of different releases of Windows for months, and the latest rumor suggests that it may not be able to deliver the big update until mid-November.
However, the release date itself may not matter as many people will probably wait until the next major release of the operating system, Windows 10 1709, which is scheduled to arrive in early 2017.
Microsoft has been planning to release Windows 10 for more than a year now.
Earlier this year, Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella said that the company was “working on the next big thing.”
However, Microsoft has been keeping a low profile for several months now, which could be because of the release of an important update.
The next major Windows update will come in mid-October, which will bring new features to the operating systems user experience, including an improved Start menu, improved apps, and new privacy controls.
Microsoft is also planning to roll out some of its new features with the release, including better Cortana voice-activated assistant, support for new devices such as the Nokia Lumia 928, and improvements to the way Windows Store apps are presented.
In the coming months, Microsoft will also roll out more major updates to Windows 10 including the Anniversary Update, which brings some of the major new features of Windows 8.1.