Microsoft Announces Windows 10 Livestream

Microsoft Announces Windows 10 Livestream

Microsoft Announces Windows 10 Livestream

Microsoft Announces Windows 10 Livestream


It's been a good two years since Microsoft has released a new major update to its popular OS, Windows. When Windows 8 was released on the 26th of October in 2012, most people hated it. People didn't like the new 'metro'-interface and the confusing new system settings menu. Last year, Microsoft decided to bring us a new version of Windows 8, free of charge. While the update, conventionally named Windows 8.1, did improve the OS, the American Multinational knows it needs a major update. Last year, Windows 10 was announced, and it seemed to actually be good. It's been a while since we've heard news about the upcoming OS, but the silence has been broken, as Microsoft has announced an upcoming livestream dedicated to Windows 10.


Microsoft Announces Windows 10 Livestream


The Windows 10 Media Briefing will be held on the 21st of January, at 5PM GMT / 9AM PST, and it will be hosted by people including Satya Nadella (CEO at Microsoft), Phil Spencer (head of the Xbox division), (Microsoft's Executive Vice President) and Joe Belfiore (Corporate Vice President). You will be able to watch the livestream here.

Sounds pretty interesting, right? If you want to watch this, but you won't be able to make it in time for their stream, don't worry, because Microsoft has thought of this. After the stream ends, an on-demand version will be available on the same web page.

Are you going to watch this? Let us know.


Join the discussion on the Windows 10 Livestream on the OC3D Forums.



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Most Recent Comments

15-01-2015, 09:41:58

Phil Spencer will be there?

Looks like we'll get to see the new GFWL.Quote

15-01-2015, 09:58:50

That might just be the case indeed!

Would be interesting to see what they'll do with GFWL.Quote

16-01-2015, 08:44:22

GFWL needs to be put in to Pandora's Box, dumped in to a missle and fire into the sun just for good measure. Anywhoo... I hope they release details on pricing etc for the masses.


16-01-2015, 08:45:31

Honestly never had a problem with GFWL and I pretty much have all the games that it was included with.Quote

16-01-2015, 12:59:09

I'm interested in W10. Hopefully it's like what Vista was to 7 but with 8 to 10. I'd be interested if that was the case. Though i think any gamer should make the jump regardless simply because of DX12 API.Quote

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