The first beta of Windows 10 for Xbox One will arrive “post-summer”

Microsoft is gearing up to release a version of Windows 10 for Xbox One later this year.

White Xbox One system with white controller

Microsoft has made it clear that is building Windows 10 to work across all sort of devices, including PCs, tablets, phones, and Xbox One. This summer the company will release Windows 10 for PCs and following the company plans to make available Windows 10 Mobile devices. While we know there will be support for Windows 10 on Xbox One, Microsoft hasn’t discussed publicly any specific details.

However, today a new report from “Microsoft News” is pointing out when could be the potential time frame in which we will see a version of Windows 10 for Xbox One. Xbox’s Phil Spencer has recently took on Twitter to offer a response to a Tweet asking when “Xbox One Windows 10 beta” could be available to what he responded: “It will be post-summer”.

Now, here is the deal, this little piece of information isn’t much. It doesn’t reveal a specific date nor tells up the features Microsoft plans to include. However, it does signal that the company is in full gear to bring Windows 10 cross platforms and shows how Windows, as a Service, is now in full swing.

While we still don’t know much about the actual plans, Microsoft will be at E3 and it’s possible we hear more details then.

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