According to reports making rounds, Microsoft has now set June of this year for the completion of its Windows 10 OS. You’ll recall that the software giant released technical previews of the OS some weeks ago and since then expecations have been high on the completion and eventual launch of the project. The report cited that as with any timeline, this is still not definite.
Why is the company targeting June instead of its traditional August release? Well, the month of August did not make a lot of sense if you were trying to sell licenses and devices for the back to school market.
Microsoft is expected to speak more on this at its April BUILD developer conference.