Microsoft announced today that Windows 10 will officially launch on July 29 for PCs and tablets. Those who have been testing Windows 10 in recent months will know first-hand that the company has plenty of work to do to bring its next-gen operating system up to scratch in the next few weeks.
Microsoft has said that it is now focusing its development work on improving stability and adding more polish to the user experience - and it also seems that it may be preparing to roll out new builds at a faster pace.
But with less than two months until its launch, some people are already questioning whether or not Microsoft can get Windows 10 ready for its official rollout. And even though the OS will be released as a free upgrade for Windows 7 and 8.1 users, some of them may choose to hold off on upgrading until they see how the final version turns out.
Even so, Microsoft has made it very clear that Windows 10 will be 'continuously improved', with regular updates adding new features and extra security at no extra charge, so even if the OS isn't quite perfect at launch, it should get better pretty quickly - in theory, at least.
But we're eager to know whether or not you plan to jump on the Windows 10 train as soon as it arrives, or if you're thinking of holding off for a while, or even if you intend to give it a miss entirely.
Cast your vote in our latest poll, and let us know your thoughts in the comments below!