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While today's Windows event was mainly focused on the desktop we still got to see a few tidbits regarding the future of touch on devices running Windows.
Microsoft has published a video showcasing Joe Belfiore guiding users through what they can expect from the Windows 10 preview when it's officially released tomorrow.
Microsoft has revealed that that the next version of its OS - known widely until now by its development codename, 'Threshold' - will not be called Windows 9, but Windows 10. Seriously.
As Microsoft gears up to talk about the next release of Windows, the company is putting feedback at the heart of the conversation and is looking to deploy a near real-time telemetry system.
Later this week, Microsoft will start to talk about the next major installment of its operating system but we have a few last minute bits of information to share before Microsoft goes public
Another bit of information has surfaced that says Windows 9 will be free for those who are upgrading from Windows 8, which aligns to previous rumors about the cost for upgrading.
Thanks to a website that went up a bit early, Microsoft's pitch to the enterprise about why they should go fwith Windows 9 is starting to come into focus ahead of the company's official announcement
Microsoft will be launching an insiders program for the next preview program of the upcoming release of Windows that will give users access to preview builds and allow you to provide feedback.
On Tuesday of the upcoming week, Microsoft will start to pull back the covers on its upcoming operating system and at the same time, the company is expected to give the product its new name.
The head of Microsoft France, Alain Crozier, has said that Windows 9 will be coming in the next few days; this appears to be the first time that a senior MS figure has used the 'Windows 9' publicly.
From Windows 9 leaks and the first 'Windows phone', to microwaved iPhones and sabotaged washing machines, we take a look back at highlights from this week's top tech news on Neowin.
In the next major update to Windows, it looks like Microsoft will improve scaling for those of you who have high resolution monitors or have purchased a Surface Pro 3.
A new screenshot from Windows 9 build 9821 has been spotted in the wild but this older build does not reveal much, showing off the new Start menu and Windows Explorer.
Microsoft has announced that they are holding a press event in San Francisco on September 30th, where it will be talking about the next version of Windows and the enterprise.
Thanks the leak of a build of Windows 9, we can see that Wi-Fi Sense that first was made available on Windows Phone will be coming to the desktop OS with the update
Thanks to the leak of a build of Windows 9, we are now seeing many of the upcoming features being unveiled including the fact that Cortana will be a key part of the next generation of Windows.
Thanks to the leak of a partner build of Windows 9, we are now getting a closer look at a new feature that first showed up on Windows Phone, storage sense, and how it will impact entry level devices.
This past week revealed many of the new features coming to Windows 9 and if you missed any of the videos, we have combined them all in to one post to get you back up to speed.
The first video showcasing the notification center in Windows 9 has been released, showing how both app toasts and balloon tips will be aggregated into the new feature.
From new Windows and more Windows Phones, to new devices with changing prices, bigger iPhones, and the (non-)death of Nokia, we take a look back at highlights from this week's top tech news on Neowin.
During the past two days, we have seen new images of Windows 9 and learned about many new features - one of which is called 'Storage Sense', and which can currently be found on Windows Phone 8.1.
A new video showing off the virtual desktops for Windows 9 has been posted and it shows exactly how you will be able to make use of Microsoft's latest productivity features.
In a new video of the Start menu, by removing all of the live tiles, you can make the Start menu function like its counterpart from Windows 7 for those who prefer not to have to deal with Modern apps.
In the latest build of Windows Threshold, the virtual desktop feature is being polished up and the Charms bar has apparently come back from the dead to maybe live again.
Microsoft is gearing up for the release of its Windows Threshold Technical Preview and a key component will be feedback from users who are trying out the OS ahead of its final release next year.
Windows Threshold will include a notification center that will be a familiar and yet new experience for the desktop OS, and now we are learning more details about how it works.
Microsoft is teasing "big things" for the "world of Windows" at this week's IFA conference in Berlin, but it seems unlikely the reference is to the company's next Windows operating system refresh.
Over the past few weeks, we have been bringing you quite a bit of info about the next version of Windows, and with more details come a few more questions about the usability.
As the rumored launch date for the public preview approaches, Microsoft has started sending out builds of the upcoming version of Windows to its top partners around the world.
Microsoft China posted up an image teasing Windows 9 earlier today before quickly removing the post, and confirmed its name and other bits in the process, asking "will the Start menu make a return?"
We already knew about the upcoming technical preview of Windows Threshold but now we find out about a preview for the ARM version, including Windows Phone, and future updates to the Windows platform.
Microsoft is expected to release a preview of Windows Threshold next month and the details around its release are starting to become a bit more clear as the launch window quickly approaches.
From new Windows Phones and OS previews, to Twitter tragedies, curious comments and Windows in your windows, we take a look back at some of the highlights from this week's tech news on Neowin.
Microsoft is expected to release a technical preview of Windows Threshold late in September and for those of you who download the release, updating it could be very easy.
Microsoft is reportedly planning to officially unveil its next major Windows version - codenamed 'Threshold' - at an event on September 30, although some anticipated features may be missing.
Over the past few weeks, we have been uncovering quite a bit about Microsoft's next update to Windows, internally called Threshold It's time to answer some of the questions we have been receiving.
Microsoft is gearing up for a Windows Threshold preview and it is expected to arrive in late September but it's not clear yet if it will be a public release or kept close to Microsoft partners.
Microsoft is hard at work on the next iteration of Windows, internally called Threshold, and an internal poster highlights the driving force behind this iteration of the upcoming platform.
Microsoft is building out the next major release for Windows, code named Threshold, and we have uncovered a few more small details about Cortana's integration.
Earlier this week, we brought you information that said Windows Threshold will do away with the Charms bar but what we want to know is if you will miss it or if it's the right path forward?
It has been a busy week for those of you following Windows Threshold news and it looks like we may not have to wait too much longer before Microsoft starts going public with some of the features.
In the upcoming Windows release, codenamed Threshold, the charms bar is being reworked and will operate a bit differently than it does with Windows 8 but its new role is still being uncovered.
The next large update to Windows, referred to as Threshold, will include new features like virtual desktops that have been popular on other platforms like Ubuntu and OS X.
With all indications that the Start menu won't be coming to Windows 8, based on Microsoft's BUILD keynote, does that mean Windows 9 will be a free update for Windows 8 users?
Over the past few months, we have heard many things about Windows Threshold but we still don't know what it will be called when it is released to the public sometime next year.
On the earnings call today, Microsoft's CEO, Satya Nadella, talked briefly about the coming changes to Windows and that they will be sharing more information in the coming months.
Another week and more leaks of the Start menu have found there way to the web and this time there is a bonus screenshot showing the Windows Store on the desktop as well but it's currently locked down.
Microsoft is feverishly working on Windows Threshold and the details surrounding the company's upcoming OS are starting to become clearer as we get closer to release.
LG has been working with Microsoft not only on Windows Phone 8.1, but also on the next big Windows release, Threshold - and the two companies have also been collaborating on something related to TV.