Windows 10 OEM pricing

Newegg, the online retailer has spilled beans on the Windows 10 OEM pricing and release date. The Listings in question are for Professional and Home System Builder packages priced at $109.99 (Home) and 149.99 (Professional).

Even though Microsoft has refused to comment on them, it does not seem to have a issue with the listings remaining online. You can, in fact, pre-order them this very moment , although you will have to wait till August 31, 2015 for your order to be fulfilled.

If you are running a qualifying version of Windows 7 or Windows 8/8.1, you will be able to upgrade to Windows 10 the moment its availabl, otherwise you will need a retail or OEM system builder license.

We have heard from well-informed sources that the company is on track to release Windows 10 somewere in July, while the RTM (relaease to manufacturing) set date is likely to be in June.