Microsoft sets Windows 10 on the RTM launch pad for July 29 takeoff, report says

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Microsoft has reportedly made the final changes to the shipping version of Windows 10, as its next OS prepares to launch in less than two weeks.

Citing unnamed sources, The Verge reported this morning that Build 10240 of Windows 10 will be the one Microsoft designates as “released to manufacturing,” or RTM. The RTM version of Windows 10 will be sent to PC makers as well as printed onto retail DVDs of the highly anticipated operating system.

Windows 10 will go on sale July 29, but the late RTM means not all PC vendors will have the OS in computers by then. In fact, this week, Microsoft admitted some vendors would not have PCs ready with Windows 10 by July 29.

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