Windows 10 will be available starting on the 29th July with Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 users able to upgrade for free.
Users of the prior operating system versions will receive a notification ahead of the release, clicking the notification will allow you to “reserve” your upgrade.
Windows 10 steps back away from the touch heavy interface of Windows 8 and 8.1 and reintroduces the Start Menu with some upgrades over Windows 7’s Start Menu system.
Also included in the Windows 10 release are Cortana, the Internet Explorer replacement: Microsoft Edge, Candy Crush Saga and the new Xbox app.
There is no word on when Windows Phone and Xbox One will be able to get the Windows versions for the respective devices but we can probably expect news regarding the Xbox One release at this years E3 later this month.