You can tune into the Build 2016 live stream by following the link here. If you decide you want Windows 10 later, go back into the app and you can reverse all of its changes.
Microsoft Build 2016 is about to commence later today and just like previous years the Redmond giant is expected to make a few interesting announcement at the Developer Conference.
However, you can also opt to visit The Verge website, as they have a live blog being updated all the time the main keynote to the event is going. As Windows 10 delivers significant new innovations, many older devices are not able to successfully upgrade without an impact on the customer experience.
Everything is built in Microsoft’s Universal Windows Platform, which means anything that developers design will be available across all of your Windows devices. Speaking of Microsoft’s “more personal computing vision”, Nadella said Windows 10 “is off to an unbelievable start” with over 270 million active devices, outpacing Windows 7 by 145 percent.
According to reports from ZDNet, Microsoft’s partnership with Ubuntu Linux’s parent company, Canonical will allow users to run Ubuntu on Windows 10. The Build will serve as a significant platform for attracting developers to the latest Windows software and any updates planned. Launching the app kicks off a welcome screen and a link to documentation that details what to expect when you switch over from retail to a dev kit, as well as the requirements.
All the action from the March 30 Microsoft developer conference.
Windows on mobile has been pretty quiet since the launch of the Lumia 950 and 950 XL and now has around only 1 percent of the total market share.
Windows Ink puts the stylus front and center, adding stylus support throughout the entire operating system and to more Windows 10 apps.
Microsoft says a major update for Windows 10 is coming this summer as a free upgrade for all existing users of the operating system. The trick is to automatically apply the right settings.