Microsoft revealed the details about the Windows 10 roll out process in its official blog. Well, it is now clear that Microsoft is really serious about Windows 10 upgrades and it doesn’t want to take a chance on getting bad feedbacks after the big launch but at the same time it has decided to give Windows 10 upgrades to selected users. So, you won’t be getting Windows 10 on July 29 (probably).
So, it has decided to bring the waves slowly to billion systems which have participated in Windows 10 Insider Program. And, then the upgrade will roll out to the rest reserved systems in phases, which will allow them more time to resolve any issues encountered by the participants of Insider Program.
That’s really unfair to the users who opted out from Windows 10 Insiders Program. So, it means that you will be not getting the Windows 10 at the first day of launch if you were not a part of Insider Program.
To convince them Myerson explains, “If you reserved your copy of Windows 10, we will notify you once our compatibility work confirms you will have a great experience, and Windows 10 has been downloaded on your system.”
Myerson also mentions, “Windows 10 Pro will be available on July 29, along with Windows 10 Home. Volume licensing customers will be able to download Windows 10 Enterprise and Windows 10 Education on Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC) starting on August 1.“