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Is Windows 10 the OS of your dreams, or has your experience been one nightmare after another? Following its launch last week, we're eager to hear your thoughts on Microsoft's new OS so far.
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.
We're well into Windows 10's launch day now - so why hasn't your PC got the upgrade notification yet? If you're still waiting to upgrade to the new OS, don't worry - it's all part of Microsoft's plan.
The first time zones have crossed into July 29; Windows 10 launch day is finally here. The new OS will soon be in the hands of millions of users around the world - but is it ready for its rollout?
Dell has announced that it will start shipping its Windows 10 devices on July 28, one day before the OS officially launches. The company is also celebrating the launch with a "#DellLounge" event.
Only a handful of PCs will be available with Windows 10 pre-installed on the OS' launch day - but Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said today that 'over 2,000 distinct devices' are currently in testing.
Microsoft's marketing campaign for Windows 10 kicks off today, and the company has unveiled its first ad, called 'The Future Starts Now', focusing on the (very cute) next generation of Windows users.
Over 110 Microsoft Stores "will celebrate the launch of Windows 10", and the company says that at select locations, its celebrations will include special demo experiences, giveaways, and more.
Microsoft has confirmed that it won't be possible to buy a PC with Windows 10 pre-installed when the new operating system launches on July 29 - unsurprising, given that the OS still hasn't hit RTM.
Microsoft says it plans to "celebrate" the development role played by Windows 10 preview users with special events in cities across the globe, promising entertainment, 'experiential demos' and more.
Microsoft has one month left before it has to launch its brand new operating system. We want to hear your thoughts on how Windows 10 has fared and whether you think the OS will be ready in time.