Microsoft to talk more about the Windows 10 Anniversary Update at COMPUTEX 2016

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At Build 2016, Microsoft revealed Windows 10 Anniversary Update — the upcoming major update for Windows 10. Over the past few months, the company has been releasing new Insider preview builds to Windows Insiders who tested some of the upcoming features that will get introduced with Anniversary Update. So far, some of the most exciting features such as Windows Ink, Edge Extensions, Notification syncing for the Action Center, Start Menu improvements and improvements to the Universal Windows Platform are already available to Windows Insiders. Now, Microsoft will be showing off more of the Anniversary Update at Computex 2016 next month. At the conference, the company will talk about how the upcoming features such as Windows Ink and Cortana can “inspire all new devices.”

In a blog post today, Microsoft’s Nick Parker stated:

On June 1st, I will take the stage to discuss how Microsoft is enabling modern Windows devices and experiences. I look forward to sharing how Windows 10 technologies like Windows Hello, Windows Ink, Cortana and more are coming to life in all new and exciting ways on a broad range of devices. And, how Microsoft productivity apps and cloud services provide rich experiences across devices to help people achieve more – and have more fun.

This year’s COMPUTEX is particularly exciting because I’ll be joined by Terry Myerson, executive vice president, Windows & Devices Group, and Alex Kipman, technical fellow and inventor of Microsoft HoloLens, to explore how Windows 10 can inspire all new devices

As you can see, Microsoft’s Alex Kipman will also be at the event to talk more about the company’s HoloLens device which will actually be quite interesting. In addition to Alex Kipman, Microsoft’s Terry Myerson will also be at the conference to show off the upcoming features for Windows 10.

We will be covering Computex 2016 live next month, so stay tuned for news about Windows 10 devices.

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