Back in September, Microsoft unveiled Windows 10 to the business-orientated world. In just three days (January 21), the company will be unveiling Windows 10 again, but this time for a different audience. Consumers are about to get a taste of what’s to come with Windows 10, and let me tell you, you’re in for a good time. But what exactly can we expect from Wednesdays event?
A new consumer-focused Windows 10 build
Microsoft said back in November that build 9879 would be the last build of 2014, and that a new build would be pushed to Windows Insiders in January 2015. Microsoft will demo this new build at the event, and talk about what’s new over the previous builds. Some new features include Cortana, an updated user-interface, tablet mode, Office for Windows 10 and more.
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