Registration opened at 9am PT this morning and the event sold out in less than an hour.
Not really surprising as we are all interested in having more information about Microsoft’s new development tools and HoloLens.
But don’t throw in the towel if you didn’t get tickets for Build, Microsoft announced officially that it is possible to tune in to live session webcasts. Let’s get ready for Microsoft HoloLens at Build!
Currently the full agenda is not finalized yet, but according to Techcrunch we can expect insights into Windows 10 and other core technologies.
Judging from today’s announcement, the focus of the event will be squarely on Windows 10, which is expected to launch later this year. The Windows 10 Technical Preview is scheduled to expire on April 15, so chances are we will see the first release candidate at Build.
Watch also Microsoft’s Windows 10 experiences video and find out why you might love Windows 10:
If you like Winodws 10 but won’t be willing to buy another system software for your computer, please note that Microsoft announced to provide a free upgrade for Windows 10
“made available to customers running Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows Phone 8.1 who upgrade in the first year after launch.*”
*Hardware and software requirements apply. No additional charge. Feature availability may vary by device. Some editions excluded. More details at http://www.windows.com.