Microsoft’s new version of the operating system, codenamed “Build 10,” is scheduled to roll-out to developers on June 28, the company announced on Thursday.
Developers will be able to use Windows 10 to run the Windows Insider program that lets them test their games, build new ones, and update existing ones before they hit the public release.
In theory, the preview should allow Windows 10 users to test their hardware before the official release of the software on June 21.
The update will include a number of improvements and bug fixes, including a fix for a bug in the Microsoft Edge browser that prevented it from properly handling some HTML5 content.
This issue was also present in the Windows 10 Insider Preview, a beta version of which was released earlier this year.
Windows 10 is a major upgrade to the operating systems current user experience.
In a recent blog post, Microsoft outlined some of the changes coming with the new operating system.
The software will be completely redesigned, with an overhauled user interface and new features.
The company has also said that Windows 10 will be built in the Unity engine, a third-party cross-platform development platform that’s often used in video games.