Microsoft’s hugely anticipated release – Windows 10, the final major release for the operating system is now available with retail copies hitting the market this week.

Users with eligible installed legitimate versions of Windows 7 and 8 can upgrade for free to Windows 10 through their roll-out procedure but if you need a new copy of Windows 10, the retail versions are hitting from tomorrow onwards.

Two versions are available: Home and Pro coming in either 32-bit or 64-bit. You can also pick up the copy of Windows 10 on a USB drive as well, great if you don’t use an optical drive any more.

Mwave Australia has listed the products on their site for pre-order with the below pricing:

  • Windows 10 Home 32-bit/64-bit USB Drive: $159
  • Windows 10 Home 32-bit or 64-bit OEM DVD: $159
  • Windows 10  Pro 32-bit/64-bit USB Drive: $269
  • Windows 10 Pro 32-bit or 64-bit OEM DVD: $269

Windows 10 will provide a significant change for gamers as it provides DirectX12 support and integrated Xbox One support where you can stream the games to your PC/Tablet. Will you be making the upgrade?