Better order early, though
HP got on the phone with The Register on Wednesday to shed light on how it plans to roll out PCs with Windows 10 preinstalled. The IT giant said you can expect at least some of its hardware to be available with the new OS on the day that it launches – July 29.
There’s been some confusion on the matter. Earlier this week, HP issued a press release that indicated it didn’t expect its existing offerings to start shipping with the new OS preinstalled until “mid-August into October.”
On Wednesday, Mike Nash, product strategy veep for HP Personal Systems, explained that this delay would only apply to HP’s offerings for businesses, and that there’s really no mystery behind it…