Microsoft sent out invitations last month to see “The next chapter” of Windows 10 event on January 21st, which will be held in Redmond, but live streamed for the world to see. The CEO Satya Nadella, as well as the head of the Windows team Terry Myerson, alongside Xbox chief Phil Spencer will be taking stage, indicating that this will be the true Windows 10 reveal, and is widely expected to show off the consumer features of the updated OS.
So says Tom Warren, Senior editor at the Verge.
We’ll also get a good look at Windows 10 for phones in two weeks today. Will be interesting to hear what that’s going to be named…
Windows 10 for phones is expected to be Microsoft’s new phone and tablet OS, and may be called Windows Mobile 10, with regular Windows 10 more focussed on the desktop. Windows 10 for phones is expected to feature some changes to start screen, but also features such as side by side apps and new version of Office for Windows optimised for Touch, and will be available as a free upgrade to all Windows Phone 8 handsets.
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