Just when you thought it was safe to escape from the office, Microsoft is trying to pull you back.
OK, not everyone is interested in skipping the beach to immerse themselves in bright and shiny Windows 10.
But odds are some are so eager for the long-promised operating system from the Redmond, Wash.-based tech giant that they may at least be willing to skip a cookout or two.
Just today, Microsoft announced Windows 10 will be made generally available this summer in 190 countries. The word came from Windows EVP Terry Myerson during a speech at the Windows Hardware Engineering Community (WinHEC) summit in Shenzhen, China.
In a blog post, Myerson steers clear of an actual date (don't cancel those travel plans yet, please). All we know for sure is that the product will hit the market between June and September.