Build 2017: What to expect from Microsoft’s biggest developer conference

Microsoft’s Build developer conference is nearly upon us. The announcement extravaganza is taking place from May 10 – 12 in Seattle (as opposed to its usual location in California) , and will set the stage for new Windows features over the next year. Build is a developer conference, so yes, a lot of the news coming out of the event will be heavily technical, but also expect plenty on the consumer side as the company lays out its vision for the future of Windows. Windows 10’s next big update (Redstone 3) With the Creator’s Update now out of the way,…

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