Windows 10 RTM Date Could be July 9 According to WZor


The official release date for Windows 10 is planned for July 29, with new builds popping out nearly every day, we see the Redmond giant is preparing for the deadline.

WZor, a trusted source within the ranks of Microsoft, shared several screenshots in his blog. One of the screenshots is particularly interesting: It shows that the Windows 10 RTM version will be available on July 9, which is this Thursday.


rtmWZor is obviously not an official source but he was almost always right about release dates and is considered as a trusted leaker who managed to live among the ranks of Microsoft for years.

Obviously, the usual channels will have RTM builds soon, beware of fake ones and/or custom builds. If you cannot wait until the official release date and wish to install the official RTM, wait until there is a confirmation, follow this page and I will let you know when we know for sure 🙂

Just for the record, I do not endorse piracy, assuming that this will be a free upgrade I will share the updates to the best of my knowledge.

You can check the rest of the screenshots leaked by WZor through this link. (click on more screenshots at WZor’s Blog)

Please use the comments section if you have questions and/or comments. Have fun…

Update 1: (July 9, 2015)

Possible RTM Build Number: 10.10192.0.150706-1700

Possible RTM Date: Sources now indicate that RTM is targeted to the middle of next week.

Update 2: (July 10, 2015)

Possible RTM Build Number: 10.10800.0.XXXXXX.XXXX or 10.11200.0.XXXXXX.XXXX

Possible RTM Date: July 13, 2015

Update 3: (July 14, 2015)

Possible RTM Date: July 14, 2015
RTM Release to Partners: July 15, 2015 1:00 PM EST
Insider/Upgrade Roll-out: July 29, 2015
Retail Sale: July 31, 2015

Update 4: (July 15, 2015)

Windows is now RTM, read more here.



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