As you can see from the screenshots the Windows 10 Home edition will have a light blue accent color, while Windows 10 Pro will have a purple accent color. Both packaging will feature a white background with a floating centered image of the Windows 10 desktop with the new Start menu and the Windows 10 hero image. Windows 10 is currently on track to release on July 29th, and the operating system will be offered as a free upgrade for Windows 7 Service Pack 1 and Windows 8.1 Update during the first year. The company plans to roll out the upgrade on stages, Windows Insiders will get it first, follow by those who reserve a free copy, enterprises will get access to Windows 10 on August 1st, and then Microsoft will keep pushing the new operating system to everyone else. In addition to the DVD copies of the operating system, Microsoft is also planning to sell Windows 10 on USB flash drive, and the box art for this new method of delivering the operating system will include the blue and purple Windows logo, instead of the Windows 10 desktop. Although, users will be able to obtain Windows 10 in a number of packaging formats, this could be consider the last time customers will get a Microsoft operating system through a physical media. The company is now moving towards “Windows as a service” where there won’t be any more big releases and new security patches and new features will be made available through Windows Update as soon as they become ready. Source via Windows Central All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.