Microsoft confirmed last week that Windows 10 is on track to be launched in the second half of 2015. Microsoft's Chief Operating Officer Kevin Turner made the announcement at a Credit Suisse technology conference in Phoenix, Arizona. Turner also added that a developer version of Windows 10 should be ready in early summer.
On Thursday, Turner covered Windows 10, along with Microsoft's evolving business model, during his appearance at a Credit Suisse technology conference in Phoenix, Ariz.
Turner told attendees that Microsoft is still on track to "talk about the end-user consumer experiences in the early spring" of 2015. He also said Microsoft will have a "developer preview" in early summer.
"And then by late summer and early fall we'll be able to bring out this particular OS. That's the current plan of record."
Turner's timeline is mostly the same as the somewhat vaguer one that Myerson shared September 30 with those of us invited to the "chapter 1" Windows 10 reveal event in San Francisco.