If you wanted to sit down and watch some Windows-related content this afternoon, or just wanted to have some background noise as you go through your routine, Microsoft’s Channel 9 has uploaded the COMPUTEX 2016 Microsoft Keynote in full. The keynote isn’t breaking all that much ground, but it shows off some new devices from OEM partners, which might appeal to the technophiles among us who want to keep an eye on all of the latest hardware that Windows 10 has made its way onto.
Here’s how Microsoft describes the keynote:
Microsoft talks about opening Windows Holographic to partners for a new era of mixed reality. Join key Microsoft executives as they reveal new devices, innovations and trends coming to the Windows ecosystem during the Microsoft keynote at COMPUTEX 2016. You will see new devices from OEM partners including 2-in-1s, all-in-ones, new gaming devices and how Microsoft is enabling the Internet of Things (IoT).
On top of showing off some new hardware from Microsoft OEM’s, the keynote also goes over a few features included in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. These are, however, mostly things that we’ve already seen – for example, handwriting on sticky notes being recognized as valid data. Regardless of whether or not it’s all new info, it’s still an interesting keynote, and some Windows fans might enjoy the chance to sit down and watch some of the cool technology behind the Windows 10 Anniversary Update at work. A lot of the features coming in this update seem to be small tweaks that are going to be adding interesting novelties, whether it be the sticky notes or something else; they all tend to be features that are just impressive to watch in action.