Microsoft announces Windows 10 livestream time


Microsoft announces Windows 10 livestream time

Microsoft today announced that it will be livestreaming a dedicated Windows 10 event at 9am (Pacific) / 5pm (GMT) on January 21st.

The Windows 10 story website will host the livestream that will showcase the upcoming version of Windows. If you don’t catch the event live, it will be available to view on demand immediately after it finishes.

Microsoft is expected to show off some of the consumer focused features of Windows 10 at the event. We may also get to hear how the company plans to charge for the OS. Microsoft Chief Operating Officer Kevin Turner previously stated that they had to “monetise it differently.”

Several execs from Microsoft’s Operating Systems Group, including Terry Myerson, Joe Belfiore, and Phil Spencer, will speak at the event. Naturally, Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella will also be on hand to speak to those tuned in.

The Windows 10 livestream will begin at 9am (Pacific) / 5pm (GMT) on January 21st. While we’re expecting that it will focus on the desktop version, we’re hoping that we may catch a glimpse of Windows 10 for phones.

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