AMD accidentally revealed the release date for Windows 10

During the conference call on the results of the I-st ​​quarter of the year, CEO of Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) Lisa Su (probably unintentionally) called the month of the release of Windows of the next generation. According to her, the output of “10” is scheduled for the end of July to make the devices with it available before the start of the new school year.

CEO apparently accidentally let slip. It is unlikely that Lisa Su tried to mislead the public because she answered to the question of the analyst. On the other hand, the date of the release of Windows 10 is certainly known to her as AMD is one of the leading partners of Microsoft in the field of hardware.

The statement saying that Windows 10 will be released in late July, seems to be plausible. Previously, Microsoft said that the new OS will be released “this summer” in 190 countries and in 111 languages. However, the exact date of the debut of “10” was not called.

Windows 10 was introduced in January. The updated system will offer radically reworked “Start” menu, streamlined interface, a single notification center (Action Center), a new browser Spartan, the voice assistant Cortana, as well as a host of other functions.

The annual conference BUILD for developers will be conducted in late April. It is expected that Microsoft will reveal other parts of Windows 10 there and, quite possibly, will announce the official release date.

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