Can't make it to a Windows 8 launch event? Microsoft has you covered

Are you feeling blue because you can't make it to Microsoft's Windows 8 launch event? If you find yourself saying yes to this question, Microsoft has the cure for you. 

Microsoft will be offering up a livestream of the Windows 8 launch activities so that you can watch Microsoft unveil its next generation OS to the world. The event will kickoff at 11:15AM EST/ 8:15AM PT tomorrow and you can bet that we will provide you the livestream link as soon as it goes live.

Blending touch and traditional inputs, Microsoft is making a dramatic change to how its operating system functions. With new features like hot corners, modern UI, and Windows2Go, the updates offer something for every demographic. 

If you want to learn more about Windows 8, you can read our detailed review here.

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I hope this presentation includes Steve Ballmer dancing... oh how I really want to see him screaming again.

Enron said,
I hope this presentation includes Steve Ballmer dancing... oh how I really want to see him screaming again.

oh, so you would like Steve to dance the gangnam style?

andyardener said,
Here is handy list of the times around the world: http://bit.ly/PrfNWB

Also as a small side note of error, in your text you say 11:15EST, should read EDT

thank you I will skip the university to watch this event lol, I can't watch it in class...

Tomorrow's going to be a nice day for live streaming video: There's this live streaming in the morning and then Windows Weekly sometime shortly after it!

I can't wait!

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