Windows 10 has been making a lot of it since the start of the year. The Technical Previews follow one another at a breakneck pace and we now have a good idea of what he will offer. However, there is still one unknown in the equation: its release date. Microsoft has indeed remained very evasive on the subject. It would seem, however, that we are not all in the same boat.
Lisa Su, the president of the company AMD, took advantage of the presentation of the latest financial results of her firm to discuss the launch of Windows 10. According to her, the long-awaited update should be deployed in the heart of the 'summer.
And more precisely at the end of July.
Does Microsoft really have an interest in launching Windows 10 in the middle of summer?
AMD doesn't reign supreme in the industry, it's true, but the company is still well positioned since it took over AMD. It must therefore have privileged relations with the publisher.
There is therefore a good chance that these claims are well founded.
So it's true, summer is not really the best time to launch a new product, or even a new software solution. Not for individuals at least.
However, it is quite different for manufacturers. If Microsoft opts for this firing window, then they will have enough time to prepare their new references.
In addition, it would not be the first time that Microsoft has done so. Proof of this is that Windows 8 also arrived on the market in the middle of summer, on August 15, 2012.
Either way, we probably won't have to wait too long to get fixed. Microsoft will hold a Build at the end of the month and there is a good chance that it will discuss the launch of its new operating system during this event.