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    Hi windows 10 fans. The full version of Windows 10 comes exactly when? Please respond with information about this topic.
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    Windows10 said:
    Hi windows 10 fans. The full version of Windows 10 comes exactly when? Please respond with information about this topic.
    Hi there 'Windows10', welcome to W10F! :)

    With your moniker, we were hoping you could tell us!!!

    (Hang in there, more info to follow! In the mean time, enjoy a 'stroll' around the forums!)
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    Windows10 said:
    Hi windows 10 fans. The full version of Windows 10 comes exactly when? Please respond with information about this topic.
    As far as 'exactly' is concerned, I don't think anything is 'written in stone' yet.

    Didn't understand your title but apparently current Windows Technical Preview evaluation copies expire April 15, 2015.

    Here's a quote from our 'Chief', Mr. Brink:
    There will be an announcement on January 21st from Microsoft, so I would expect that to be the Windows 10 consumer preview release date.
    Windows 10 full release rumored to be late fall 2015.
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    Edwin said:
    Hi there 'Windows10', welcome to W10F! :)

    With your moniker, we were hoping you could tell us!!!

    (Hang in there, more info to follow! In the mean time, enjoy a 'stroll' around the forums!)
    W10F! - hilarious! I absolutely foo king love it.

    Autumn 2015 sounds about right, given the end date of 15 April for the Tech Preview. It really depends on how well the Tech Preview release is at that time. I'd have to guess that a Consumer Preview release schedule will follow and that would cover another 6 months (15 October 2015). Although the Consumer Preview might be shortened due to the work completed in the Tech Preview.

    Only MS knows for certain.
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    Slartybart said:
    Only MS knows for certain.
    And even they probably don't know for certain.
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    Slartybart said:
    W10F! - hilarious! I absolutely foo king love it.
    I was gonna put: WTF, but I thought, naw, better not!!!
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    Geneo said:
    Slartybart said:
    Only MS knows for certain.
    And even they probably don't know for certain.
    I'm going to jump in on this one. In the past I've been on some major systems projects and all of them had drop dead dates when they had to be implemented, bugs and all. Without a firm date the project just will go on forever. When the system was released the next day we would start to fix bugs. Sad but true. So, MS does have a date.
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    BunnyJ said:
    I'm going to jump in on this one. In the past I've been on some major systems projects and all of them had drop dead dates when they had to be implemented, bugs and all. Without a firm date the project just will go on forever. When the system was released the next day we would start to fix bugs. Sad but true. So, MS does have a date.
    You're most likely correct!
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    Windows 10 Home x64
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    Edwin said:
    BunnyJ said:
    I'm going to jump in on this one. In the past I've been on some major systems projects and all of them had drop dead dates when they had to be implemented, bugs and all. Without a firm date the project just will go on forever. When the system was released the next day we would start to fix bugs. Sad but true. So, MS does have a date.
    You're most likely correct!
    I remember the day after a project went live getting to the office and finding a huge pile of things to do and my boss had put a coke, two bagels and a note saying "Make it go away!".

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