AMD’s CEO Lisa Su may have accidently let the cat out of the bag on the Windows 10 launch date during a conference call on Friday. And according to Su, Microsoft is aiming for a July release.
After answering questions, Su commented on how the Windows 10 release at the end of July will have an impact on the back-to-school season.
Surprisingly, no one followed up on Su’s mention of the late July launch of Windows 10. There’s plenty of reason to believe Su’s statement, too. After all, AMD is a Microsoft hardware partner and would be well-informed of the Windows 10 expected launch date. Microsoft has also mentioned that they plan on a summer release for Windows 10.
Microsoft has been hard at work trying to fix the mistakes of Windows 8. The company released a technical preview for Windows 10 back in October, which let users download, test out and provide feedback on the new version of the operating system.
No official details have been released regarding the Windows 10 launch date, but Microsoft will be hosting their Build developer’s conference later this month. Launch date details and more information about Windows 10 may be revealed during the annual event.