Microsoft have announced that their Windows 10 operating system will launch this summer in 190 countries and 111 languages.
The release will reach some 1.5 billion users around the world. That's a whole lotta Windows.
To cement a foothold in the Chinese software market, Microsoft has teamed up with PC hardware manufacturer Lenovo to offer Windows 10 upgrade services in over 2,500 stores and centers across the country.
Furthermore, the Redmond based company has also struck an agreement with Chinese social networking entertainment titan Tencent to further promote Windows 10 across their products and in particular, their flagship QQ app, which boasts over 800 million customers.
As, the software giant intends to offer a free upgrade of Windows 10 to current users who are running Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows 8.1.
The offer will be good for one year from the release of Windows 10.
Microsoft's latest operating system will also see the company abandon the increasingly crusty Internet Explorer too, as it looks to replace it with a new, 'next-generation' browser code-named "Project Spartan".
In regards to gaming applications, Windows 10 will also ship with DirectX 12, the latest iteration of Microsoft's collection of API's and should, in theory at least, allow the higher-end graphics cards to really shine and use their impressive specifications to the fullest.