It was announced over the weekend that Windows 10 would be released on July 29, 2015. People with OEM copies of Windows 7 and 8 (most users of hardware purchased from a vendor like Dell, HP, or Lenovo) would recieve a free upgrade during the first year. The upgrade would come as a download, 3GB in size. People with the OEM copies of Windows 7 & 8 are starting to recieve alerts in the lower right of their screen that they can Reserve their free upgrade starting 6/1/2015. The alert is shown with a Windows logo in the corner where the time is displayed.
Pricing for WIndows 10 was released today as well, both for retail copies of Windows 10 Home $119 and Windows 10 Pro $199, along with upgrade pricing from Home to Pro $99. NewEgg has stated OEM copies of Windows 10 for system builders will be out on August 31, 2015 Window 10 Home $109.99, and Windows 10 Pro $149.99.
You can validate that your computer can run Windows 10 using Microsoft’s compatibility checker.