Microsoft has managed to surprise everybody when it announced Windows 10 this fall, as most of us were expecting the company to launch Windows 9. And today we’re going to have a look at some more details at the special Windows 10 event. Let’s see how we can follow it live.
Have you installed the Windows 10 Technical Preview on your devices yet? And if you have, then you are probably enjoying it and are looking forward to hear more details about it. Well, today is that day as Satya Nadella and his team are ready to take on stage to speak about ‘the next chapter’ for Windows 10. Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 have been described as flops, so that’s why Windows 10 matters to so many out there. Let’s see how we can follow the event live.
Windows 10 live event: how to watch and follow it
The easiest way to follow the live Windows 10 event is, of course, to watch it in real time on the live feed provided by Microsoft itself on the official webpage. As you can see for yourself, the event will kick-start at at 9:00 a.m. Pacific Standard Time. If you live in other parts of the world, go ahead and follow this link to see at what hour it will start in your country or city, as well. Here’s what Microsoft said about the upcoming event:
We’re getting close to our Windows 10 media briefing next week and as promised. We’re pretty excited about this event and to be able to talk about what’s next for Windows 10. You’ll hear directly from senior leaders from the Operating Systems Group including Terry Myerson, Joe Belfiore and Phil Spencer as well as our CEO Satya Nadella!
Terry Myerson, Joe Belfiore and Phil Spencer as well as CEO Satya Nadella – all on stage, then this means the event is going to be quite long and we’re going to see many new details being revealed. So, we’re pretty excited about what Microsoft is going to announce, and I bet you are, as well! We will do our best to talk about the new features in detail. Meanwhile, you might want to check the following blogs and websites that will have live coverage.
Live coverage of Windows 10 event
So, hold your breath for a few more hours until the event gets underway. What do you think Microsoft is going to announce? Sound off by leaving your comment below.