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Windows 7: Live webcast details for Jan. Windows 10 media briefing

14 Jan 2015   #1

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
Live webcast details for Jan. Windows 10 media briefing

We’re getting close to our Windows 10 media briefing next week and as promised – I’ve got the details for you on where to watch the live webcast. The live webcast will start once the event starts at 9am (Pacific) on January 21st 2015 and you’ll be able to watch it here: Windows 10: The Next Chapter. An on-demand version will be available shortly after the event at the same link. We’re pretty excited about this event and to be able to talk about what’s next for Windows 10. You’ll hear directly from senior leaders from the Operating Systems Group including Terry Myerson, Joe Belfiore and Phil Spencer as well as our CEO Satya Nadella!
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