Watch the Windows 10 Event live on October 26

By: Madeleine Dean
3 minute read

Are you curious to find out what’s next for Windows 10? If so, you can watch live the Windows 10 Event today, October 26. Microsoft is expected to reveal a series of interesting information about the future of Windows 10: new features, more information about the upcoming Redstone 2 update, as well as new Windows hardware.

Windows 10 now runs on more than 400 million devices worldwide, but Microsoft is not yet satisfied. The company is going to raise the stakes and try to convince you once again that Windows 10 is the best operating system in the world. Let’s see how you can watch live the Windows 10 Event on October 26.

How to watch live the Windows 10 Event

Microsoft will be streaming the event live from 10AM EDT/7AM PDT. For more information about the broadcasting time depending on your region, you can use this time zone converter. The event is expected to be broadcasted from 10 AM to 11:30 AM.

The best way to follow the live Windows 10 Event is to watch it in real time using the live feed provided by Microsoft on its official webpage.

What Microsoft is going to announce

Microsoft has been very secretive about the information its going to reveal at this Windows 10 event. Last year, for example, the company briefly described the event prior to its start, but this year’s invite is very enigmatic.

Although rumors suggest Microsoft is going to introduce new Windows hardware, don’t expect to see the elusive Surface Phone, a new generation Microsoft Band, a Surface Pro 5 or a Surface Book 2. However, the Redmond giant is expected to introduce the “Surface Cardinal”, which should be a Surface All-in-One device running Windows 10.

Speaking of Surface devices, Microsoft could also announce a Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book updated with newer processors. The company is expected to also highlight a series of OEM devices, but no further details are available. It’s possible that Microsoft will introduce a new Windows 10 phone, but all this is speculation that should be taken with a grain of salt.

What Windows 10 fans  hope to hear

  • A high-end Window 10 Mobile phone

The current Windows 10 phone models, including the Elite x3, haven’t been very popular among users. According to AdDuplex, Lumia 550 and Lumia 535 remain the most popular Windows phones, while the HP Elite x3 is in the thirty-sixth position. It appears that the Windows 10 phone models currently offered aren’t really that appealing to users. Could the Alcatel Idol 4s with Windows 10 be more successful?

  • VR made accessible to the general public

Virtual reality technology is very popular, yet very few people can actually afford to purchase Microsoft’s HoloLens. Many Microsoft fans hope the company will reveal new plans to make VR more accessible to the general public.

  • Cortana customization options

Cortana is a popular Windows 10 tool, with more than 6 billion queries generated since the operating system was launched. Some users actually suggest Cortana should have the option to load celebrity voices. While that’s highly unlikely to happen, new Cortana improvements could be announced today.

The event will go live in just a few more hours. Meanwhile, use the comment section below to tell us what you hope Microsoft is going to announce.

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