Myriad retailers have already started taking pre orders for the windows 10 operating system. Before you proceed you should know that if you are a legit genuine copy of Windows 7 or Windows 8, you are eligible for a free upgrade.
However if don’t have a license of either of the aforementioned operating systems, you will have to shell out about 100 dollars to buy an OEM version or 120 dollars for a non OEM version. Amazon is already offering both.
Also for the first time, Microsoft is not providing installation DVDs and what you get in the box is the Windows 10 bootable USB flash drive.
There are two variants on sale right now, Home edition and Professional edition.
On the other hand, Windows 10 will come as a normal windows update for W7 and W8 users. So make sure your system is up to date and you’ve installed all updates to get your free copy of Windows 10 on July 29.