Microsoft Build 2018: Everything you need to know

May 10, 2018 Napier Lopez


It’s been a busy week in the tech world, with Google and Microsoft both hosting their biggest conferences of the year in the same week – and Google’s was admittedly more interesting. While Microsoft’s Build conference has always been less glitzy than Google I/O or Apple’s WWDC, this year’s news seemed particularly sparse for non-developers. Notably, news about Windows was particularly sparse compared to previous years. That’s a reflection of a new Microsoft, which to paraphrase The Verge’s interview with Satya Nadella, cares less about everything running on Windows than making everything work with Windows. Microsoft’s OS is no longer the…

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