Windows 10 could arrive sooner than you think. As we move towards general availability next fall, Neowin has heard that the operating system code could be finalized as early as June.
If necessary, RTM (Release to Manufacturing) versions can be sent to manufacturers so that they can integrate Windows 10 into their various devices. According to Neowin, this would make it possible not to miss the back-to-school period.
Neowin is generally well informed, but it is still difficult to know how much credit will be given to this new rumor, especially since a roadmap can be largely modified according to unexpected obstacles that arise during tests.
Microsoft could in any case give elements of response on its roadmap during its BUILD conference which will take place from April 29 to May 1.
With previous iterations of Windows, Microsoft had rather made a habit of offering RTM versions in early August, while individuals were served in October. But isn't Windows 10 presented by Microsoft as the OS of change?