Microsoft's Build 2017 developer conference wrapped up last week, and Neowin was there to bring you all the big news from the event. Along with two keynotes and quite a few sessions, there was also the show floor for Microsoft and its partners, called the Hub.
When the big news was over on the third day, Andy and I headed down there to explore. Naturally, wackiness ensued:
You can check out all of our Build 2017 coverage here, but here are some key highlights from the event:
- Windows 10 is now on 500 million monthly active devices
- Visual Studio for Mac is generally available
- Windows Store will be the way for Windows 10 users to get Office
- Microsoft revealed a wearable that helps with Parkinson's tremors
- Mixed reality dev kits are available for pre-order
- Redstone 3 will be called the Fall Creators Update
- OneDrive placeholders are finally returning
- The new design language for Windows is called the Fluent Design System
- iTunes is coming to the Windows Store
But there really was so much more that happened at the conference, so make sure to check out our full coverage of the event.