Microsoft’s October 26 event to likely focus on Windows 10

By: Costea Lestoc
2 minute read

Microsoft will hold an event on October 26, 2016, in New York City during which the company will showcase what will come to the Windows 10 and unveil some first-party devices.

In anticipation of this event, the company updated its Microsoft Store website with a live countdown clock showing when the event will start.

Clicking on the countdown clock will send you to a new page to add the event to your calendar. Microsoft is also advertising this upcoming event on its main website, which clearly means that the company is preparing something important for its customers.

If reports prove correct, Microsoft will unveil new Surface hardware during this event along with a new Surface all-in-one PC. The company will also probably showcase some of the new features to be included in the next major update for Windows 10, codenamed “Redstone 2”.

Microsoft will most likely not give any more information about this event in advance as it wants to surprise its customers. So, for now, nothing is sure about what we will see during this event.

If you can’t attend the event, you will be able to see it live on Microsoft’s website. Most likely, the company will host a live stream as soon as the event will start.

What other features/products would you want to see during this upcoming event? Will you watch the event live or you will try to attend it?


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