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Microsoft says that those who have already reserved a copy of Windows 10 should continue to look out for the upgrade notification "over the coming days & weeks", hinting at a long wait for some users.
Insiders who are testing the latest version of Windows 10 will start seeing popup notifications and tips for some features. The system is designed to encourage users to explore the new OS.
When Windows 10 is released on July 29th, Cortana will be able to send you notifications that will appear in the taskbar and they have been shown off in a new video
Microsoft has released a patch via Windows Update that will notify users of older versions of Windows, such as 8.1 and 7 SP1, to update to Windows 10 once the OS becomes available.
An extremely blurry video has popped up on YouTube claiming to show Windows Phone 8.1 in action, including a look at the notification center, and a new type of Live Tile on the Start screen.
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