Microsoft’s Build 2019 developer conference is still ongoing in Seattle and there will be a new Windows Insider webcast will be recorded live from the event. As usual, the show will be streamed live on Mixer and it will kick off at 11:30AM PDT this morning.
Mark your calendars for the May webcast! We'll be live from the #WindowsInsider booth on the #MicrosoftBuild2019 show floor! Tune in to https://t.co/52l6owHDjS on May 8th starting at 11:30am PDT / 6:30pm UTC! pic.twitter.com/6Kp8YOBjx0
— Windows Insider (@windowsinsider) May 2, 2019
Hopefully, we got some new information about Microsoft’s new Chromium-based Edge browser this week, the event has been pretty light on Windows 10 news so far. We didn’t hear any details about the upcoming 19H2 update for Windows 10, and Microsoft has also yet to announce when the May 2019 update will start rolling out to Windows 10 users.
We’re not sure what to expect from today’s webcast, but the Windows Insider team did mention a new PWA version of the Windows Insider website (not to be confused with the Feedback Hub).
— Brandon LeBlanc (@brandonleblanc) May 6, 2019
There could be more surprises for Insiders during the webcast, including a new 20H1 build, so make sure to tune in this morning at 11:30AM PDT.