According to a report in Neowin, Microsoft is set to complete Windows 10 in June. Goals can slip, of course. Microsoft declined to comment on the timeframe.
Microsoft will release Windows 10 this year. The company released its second preview update to the operating system in January, and will debut the mobile build of Windows 10 this month.
At its Build conference in April, Microsoft will debut even more of Windows 10. Those updates, unsurprisingly, will be aimed at the developing classes. Microsoft will have then completed the troika of enterprise — the first Windows 10 release — consumer — the current and coming mobile builds — and developer preview releases.
If June feels like a rapid timeframe to finish Windows 10, it is worth noting that the Windows 8 release cycle was similar. Brad Sams, in the aforementioned Neowin report, makes the point simply:
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