With every new operating system comes a round of computer upgrades. That’s just how it works. Rather than trying to upgrade computers with new pieces, most people just end up buying a new computer and calling it a day. For the price of some new parts and Windows 10, you’re probably better off going with that anyway, getting something tested and proven to be functional. Yeah, about that testing… When Windows 10 hits markets on July 29, there won’t be many/any Windows 10 computers to buy.
The issue is the testing window. Microsoft still hasn’t released a version of Win 10 to PC makers to test their software and hardware on, because Microsoft is still flattening bugs. That means that PC companies can’t release their products because they’re still not sure what’s going to work and how, and the time to do that testing is getting shorter and shorter with each passing day. However, Microsoft promises to fix the problem before it becomes a problem.
“A build of Windows 10 will be delivered to our OEM partners soon so they can start imaging new devices with Windows 10,” wrote a Microsoft spokeswoman to PC World. ”We expect several OEM partners to have Windows 10 devices available for sale on July 29, including Lenovo, HP, Dell, and Acer with many, many more devices to follow in the coming weeks and months. We are excited to be working with our OEM partners to see Windows 10 innovations light up on these new devices.”Technorati Tags: july 29 launch for windows 10, microsoft windows, microsoft windows 10, no windows 10 computers will be available on launch day, oem, Windows, windows 10, windows 10 launch, windows 10 launches july 29