Microsoft employees are asked to voluntarily install Windows 10 in their communities, according to a leaked memo from the company’s CEO, Satya Nadella. Windows 10 will become available on the 29th of July this year and Nadella argues it would be great day to get Windows 10 installed everywhere.
In the memo Nadella writes, “starting on July 29 when Windows 10 becomes available, employees are invited to volunteer some time and upgrade their communities as part of the broader movement.”
Not only employees are invited, Microsoft’s CEO hopes more people get in involved, as he writes, “our hope is that not only our employees, but customers and partners as well, will get involved and be inspired. Together, we can make a big difference in our world.”
In total about 120.000 people work for the IT giant and all of them are invited to volunteer some time to get Windows 10 installed, “I really do believe that we can achieve magical things when we come together as one team and focus”, Nadella ends the memo.
If you have a Microsoft employee in your neighbourhood that suddenly stops by at the 29th of July, you now know why!