If you are one of the persons who look forward to the new version of Windows: Windows 10, you might just have to wait a little longer because the rollout of Microsoft’s latest operating system has begun.
According to Foxnews.com Microsoft will do a phased rollout of the new version of Windows.
First some regular folks taking Windows 10 for a trial run will get the version. Afterwards Microsoft will start notifying people who reserved Windows 10, slowly scaling up after July 29, 2015. Microsoft isn’t commenting on how long the rollout will take, but it might not be for too long.
The files you need to install Windows 10 on your computer might already be hanging on your computer, but you will not be able to install the upgrade until Microsoft lets you do it.
As the Windows 10 upgrade rollout continues, a Microsoft spokesperson says, the company will “listen, learn, and update the experience for all Windows 10 customers.”