With COVID-19, it is over for Microsoft press conferences with a crowd of journalists to present new products, events bringing together thousands of developers such as BUILD or even trade fairs to present new Xbox games and features. . Indeed, Microsoft has frozen all of its physical events until this summer, at least, hoping that this filthy virus won’t stick around any longer to get us back to normal life.
However, this does not mean that Microsoft no longer wants to bring its partners and customers together this year. Indeed, Microsoft is planning many upcoming virtual events to announce new features, in many sectors. According to information from TheVerge site, the Redmond firm is preparing, in addition to its classic events that have become “online” such as Build or Ignite, to launch a series of mini-events in order to focus on certain products in particular. . According to the source, these concern in particular Windows, Xbox and many others.
No timetable has yet been confirmed by the IT giant, but what interests us the most is of course the announcement of the “future of Windows”, including the 21H2 update and the arrival of Windows 10X . The second feature update of Windows 10 could indeed bring it a completely rejuvenated interface and new features such as support for Android applications. Patience therefore, and we will of course keep you informed of the dates of these events once they have been communicated by Microsoft.
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