Microsoft to livestream Windows 10 event on October 26th

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If you’ve been following the news about Microsoft lately, you may be aware that the company will hold a much anticipated Windows 10 event on Wednesday, October 26 in New York City. We’ll be attending the event and cover it live, but the Microsoft shared today that all enthusiasts will also be able to watch a live stream of the keynote.

Last year, the company held a similar event in October when it unveiled its Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book hybrid PCs. This time, we expect the company to share more about new features coming in the next major Windows 10 release codenamed “Redstone 2,” though once again the most exciting news could well be new Surface hardware. However, while the company surprised everyone last year by preventing any leaks on its Surface Book hybrid PC before the event, this time the company didn’t manage to keep the secret on a rumored Surface all-in-one PC codenamed “Cardinal.” We do hope that Microsoft has plenty other tricks in its bag, though.

The company’s Windows 10 event will start this Wednesday at 10 AM EDT/7AM PDT, and you’ll be able to watch the webcast on this page. Sound off in the comments if you can’t wait to see what’s next for Windows 10 and the Surface brand.

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