Build 2016: Microsoft is preparing a mind-blowing update for Windows 10 users
If you are a Microsoft fan, then you’re probably using Windows OS on your computer and the newly released Windows 10 Mobile, as well. So it should be expected that you’d be excited for the something awesome that Redmond is preparing for Windows users. Unfortunately, no information has been revealed about it until now, so we’re not sure what exactly Microsoft is planning — nless we count the fact that Live Tiles are going to most likely be overhauled.
Still, that hasn’t stopped Microsoft from teasing its users once again in anticipation of the BUILD 2016 event taking place in San Francisco, California tomorrow March 30, 2016, and ending Friday, April the 1st. Microsoft said that it will reveal something awesome on the first day of the event, so tomorrow, all the mystery will vanish. Even if no details have been provided by Microsoft, there are rumors which say that any new features will most likely be aimed at Windows 10 users. Earlier this month, Rich Turner, the Senior Program Manager on the Windows Steam, wrote “Finally getting to play with the new Windows 10 features. You are all gonna FREAK OUT when you see this.” So, it seems that he was quite excited about the new features and we hope that users will have the same reaction.
It is good to know that later that the same day, Scott Hanselman, the Principal Program Manager and Community Architect on the Azure Application Platform and Tools group, posted a message saying that these features will “change everything.” We also have the entire agenda with sessions available in case you’re wondering what’s coming next.
Well, in less than 24 hours we’re going to find out what these new features are. Hopefully, they will be as good as Turner and Hanselman claimed them to be. As soon as we find more information about the new Windows 10 features, we will let you know.
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