Microsoft getting ready to rollout Windows 10 in phases

With less than four weeks left before Windows 10 release to the public on July 29, Microsoft has come up with some crucial updates on how it will roll-out Windows 10 to the world. Microsoft said that its latest operating system will be released in phases.
 
As stated in a blog post:
 
We’ve been really pleased with the strong response to Windows 10 since we kicked off reservations in early June, with millions of reservations. We want to make sure all of you have a great upgrade experience, so we’ll roll-out Windows 10 in phases to help manage the demand.
 
Preparation for Windows 10 upgrade
 
Microsoft is actively engaged to work on device and application compatibility. They’re working hard to give users an awesome experience. As far as quality is concerned, the testing of 5 million Windows Insiders feedback is going on.
 
A build for their OEM partners is on its way. After that a build of Windows 10 will be distributed to retailers around the world. This would be done so that these retailers can assist their customers with upgrades of devices just purchased (that were originally imaged with Windows 8.1).
 
Here's the sticker you should look to make sure that their OEM partners have tested a device for compatibility with Windows 10.
 
Windows 10
Source: blogs.windows.com
 
Knowing when you’ll be ready to upgrade
 
Microsoft will start providing Windows 10 to their Windows Insiders from July 29. As stated:
 
If you reserved your copy of Windows 10, we will notify you once our compatibility work confirms you will have a great experience, and Windows 10 has been downloaded on your system.
 
If your system is not ready yet for your upgrade to Windows 10, we will provide more details during the upgrade experience. In some cases, we will include contact information so you can follow up directly with an application provider or device manufacturer to learn more. For most upgrade incompatibilities, you may still choose to complete the upgrade, and find alternative compatible solutions in the Windows Store after you upgrade.
 
Enterprise and Business Customers
 
The Windows as a service model will be for both enterprise and business customers. Windows Update for Business was earlier announced and it is also revealed that both Windows 10 Pro and Windows 10 Home will be available on July 29.
 
Additionally, Volume licensing customers could download Windows 10 Enterprise and Windows 10 Education on Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC) from August 1.