Microsoft is working hard on its newest Windows 10 operating system which will seemingly be ready in a few months.

As of now, Microsoft has planned to complete the Windows 10 OS in June, reports Neowin, but like any other timeline this could be subject to change.

This time, the Redmond based company rescheduled the timeline to June, as opposed to its traditional release in the month of August. For instance Microsoft released Windows 8 to RTM in August (2012), whereas the consumer preview was made available earlier in February.

According to the new disclosure, August did not make much sense when trying to sell licenses and devices for the back-to-school segment. Usually, when the OS reaches the RTM (Release to Manufacturing) stage in August, the hardware from the OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) would only be ready by the month of October.

While this is good for the holidays, it loses the back-to-school consumers. This is why Microsoft wants to push out Windows 10 to RTM in June, so that the devices running the latest OS could be ready for school shoppers.

Additionally, the company is planning to launch the successor to the popular Surface Pro 3 around the same time as Windows 10. The current Surface Pro tablet was released in June which is considered the perfect time for school shoppers.

We will have to wait until the company's annual BUILD developer conference scheduled from 29 April-1 May, in San Francisco, to know more about Windows 10.