However, that's apparently not the plan. "Each day of the roll-out, we will listen, learn and update the experience for all Windows 10 users," said Terry Myerson, who leads Microsoft's OS and devices groups, last week. Myerson's comments hinted that Microsoft will not only stick to its "waves" distribution scheme, but push different bits to users over time.
If Microsoft blesses Windows 10 RTM on Thursday, OEMs that sell build-to-order PCs through their online outlets have the best chance of having machines ready by the end of the month. Dell, for instance, promises to ship pre-ordered Windows 10 systems on July 29.
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