While it seems to be a puzzle for most, why the new Microsoft OS Windows 10 is still shipped through boxes, the package design has already been revealed.
Full 1280X1280 windows 10 Box Edition pic.twitter.com/KWyxVXmjmQ
— Microsoft Insider (@MicrosoftInside) July 11, 2015
Microsoft Insider has tweeted its look, with the disc package on top brandishing a Windows desktop, wallpaper and all, and the famed new look of the start menu shown at the bottom.
The USB package looks like the one below, with the Windows 10’s logo for Home and Pro versions looking all modern and flat.
Microsoft Windows 10 is set to be launched on July 29, with the 5 million people enrolled in its beta program having the first right of download or access to the OS.