Windows 10 Event Set for January 21st 2015
Microsoft is live streaming its Windows 10 event set for January 21st 2015. This Windows 10 event set for January 21st 2015 follows their earlier preview event for Windows 10 from September. This time around, many are expecting a slew of new features to be announced- including a possible new browser (codenamed “Spartan”) for Windows 10. You can read a bit more about the new browser in this article, from December, by Mary Jo Foley at ZDNet.
While it is not possible to know with any certainty what Windows 10 features will be highlighted at the event, many observers have speculated about the features that will be shown. There has been some speculation that the “Continuum” feature, which changes the user interface layout depending on which hardware configuration is being used, will be more thoroughly discussed. This feature was briefly shown at the previous event in September, and many have been interested in learning more about this new feature.
Other features that may be mentioned include the integration of Microsoft’s OneDrive services into the Windows 10 environment, the integration of the “Cortana” voice-assistant within Windows 10, and the continuing integration of the Xbox services into Windows 10. You can read more about these possible features in this article by Ed Bott at ZDNet.
Windows 10 Event Set for January 21st 2015: A picture of the web page for the “Windows 10: The Next Chapter” live stream for the Windows 10 event on January 21st, 2015. (Source: Microsoft)
For readers who are interested in watching the live event, you can do so at the following link for “Windows 10: The Next Chapter” at Microsoft’s web site. The Windows 10 event set for January 21st 2015 is scheduled to begin at 9:00 AM PST (12:00 PM EST). We will be watching the event with much anticipation. We will be sure to post our analysis, and the opinions of others about the Windows 10 event, in our summary blog of the Windows 10 event here tomorrow.