"With Windows 10, Microsoft wants to give business customers the opportunity to provide input on the software before it is finished, said Terry Myerson, executive vice president of Microsoft’s operating system group. The product will not be released in final form until the latter half of next year.Microsoft’s Windows 10 Displays a Familiar Look - NYTimes.com
“It’s a little bit of a journey,” Mr. Myerson said. “We decided to jump off today before we had all the answers.”"
Wednesday, October 01, 2014
Microsoft’s Windows 10 Displays a Familiar Look - NYTimes.com
Perhaps the "10" denotes the number of years during which Microsoft has largely lost client OS competitive ground since the termination of Windows Longhorn