Microsoft will be holding its Windows 10 event on January 21 at its Redmond campus in the presence of CEO Satya Nadella, Windows Phone exec Joe Belflore and operating systems chief Terry Myerson.
The Windows 10 was first revealed earlier in September in San Francisco, but in front of small gathering. Then Microsoft focused mainly on the enterprise. An early preview version of it was also released then for the developers.
In the event Redmond cautioned the developers before downloading that the work is still in progress for the new OS and it will be improving based on user feedback.
However, it was also promised details about the consumer version of Windows 10 OS will be spilled in the new year. Hence, the January 21 date has been chosen.
It is assumed Microsoft may launch full Windows 10 OS in mid-2015.
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