Windows 10 RTM to circulate soon

The fuss continues as news come and go within days or even hours. We have now come at the final stage which is expecting the release of Windows 10 – which by the way will not become available for everyone on July 29th, click here to read the full article.

We now expect the Windows 10 RTM (Ready To Manufacture) edition, which according to some reports may be released someday this week, perhaps even Thursday according to rumors.

For those of you who are less familiar with the concept of RTM, those are versions are typically released to manufacturers before they are released to the general public so that the manufacturers can work out any bugs the software may encounter with hardware devices. We did know that Windows 10 would become available for companies and businesses first, but we didn’t know when that was going to be (until now).

As we mentioned above the official release date of Windows 10 as it was announced by the company, is July 29th. The Windows RTM is not the final edition of the famous major update but at the same time we must not forget that Microsoft is promoting its new operating system as a solution to the whole “Windows as a service” concept. This leads us to the conclusion that there will be more than often some updated to the operating system where improvements and new features will be added.

Usually, the RTM editions come a few months before the final release of the fully developed product, but it seems that in the case of Windows 10 a different policy will be followed, as  any fixes will be done with corresponding updates. On the other hand, we should keep in mind that Microsoft has already given enough Builds of the new OS to make the users more familiar with it.

The build that will be released is the “Windows 10 Build 10176”. The full name is 10.0.10176.16384.th1.150705-0552 which is obviously an unnecessary information but one that is actually pretty fun to know.

With only three weeks left to the final official release of Windows 10, we have a lot to see and hear from Microsoft concerning its new and final operating system. Until then, stay tuned to read all the latest news about this and many other hot topics!

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