Windows 10 On USB Flash Drives Confirmed By Amazon Listing, Shipping On August 30th

Great to hear about the advantages of using USB flash drive for Windows instead of a DVD is that is very faster to install and easier to carry around. Why that I am talking about this today, because a rumor has been confirmed by Listing of the preorder pages for the USB flash drives containing Microsoft Windows 10 Home and Windows 10 Pro (English and Spanish). Labled as the Microsoft’s official merchant of the Windows 10 operating systems on Amazon’s preorder pages.

Windows 10 On USB Flash Drives Confirmed By Amazon Listing, Preorder Begins August 30
Price: Windows 10 Home retails at $119.99 and both versions of Windows 10 Pro are listed for $199.99, respectively.

It was already pointed by VentureBeat, that the Windows 10 USB flash drives have not yet been placed for sale at the Microsoft Store, Best Buy or any other online retailer as yet. But “Windows 10 will be available on USB flash drives for purchase in reatil channels shortly after its launch this month, July 29th.

If you notice, the “suggested retail prices for Windows 10 in the U.S. are the same as Windows 8.1.” Across 190 markets, Windows 10 is officially launching on the imminent release date. The USB flash drives selling on Amazon will be released on August 30th, 2015 and has a free Prime shipping when in stock. The Windows 10 DVD availability should be announced soon.

Insiders of Windows 10 customers will have one year from July 29th to take advantage of a free copy upgrade. Once your Windows device is upgraded to Win 10, Microsoft will continue keeping it current for the suppprt lifetime of the device for free of cost. Customers running on Windows 7, Windows 8.1 are eligible for the free upgrade to Windows 10 within the first year of release, but wait, the “Enterprise” editions of Winbdows 7 and 8.1 are excluded from the upgrade offer. Nevertheless, “Pro” editions are eligible for the free upgrade and Windows RT, Vista and XP or any pirated copies of Windows versions are not eligible for this free upgrade offer.

What’s new in Windows 10? It’s a desktop OS, brings back the task bar and Start Menu, whgich contains customizable Live Tiles that includes news events and weather reports. Importantly, Windows 10 ahs the virtual digital assistant “Coratana”, so that you can set up commands or find out the answers to your questions with your voice. Windows 10 includes Windows Hello, a verification system that is able to detect your face or fingerprint. Ultimately, it comes integrated with new Microsoft Edge web browser – which includes a reading mode and a drawing mode for making websites – will be inside Windows 10. Existing features of Microsoft Windows 10 would be the ability to stream and play Xbox One games via Xbox LIVE app over your home network.

Notably after Windows 10, Microsoft’s next operating system is going to be a paid subscription service simply called “Windows.” Windows 10 is going to be the last numbered version of Microsoft’s operating systems.