Microsoft expected to share more Windows 10 details at Build conference

 Windows 10 OS

Software giant Microsoft is scheduled to hold its Build 2015 developer conference this week, from April 29 to May 1, 2015. The conference will be held in San Francisco, at The Moscone Center; and will commence at 08:30 PST (16:30 BST) on April 29.

At the Build 2015 developer conference, Microsoft is expected to divulge a lot of details on its forthcoming new version of Windows operating system --- Windows 10 OS, which will mark a complete overhaul of the entire Windows experience.

Microsoft’s apparent focus at the conference will be to build on the excitement which the company created in January with the full public reveal of Windows 10 OS. However, most of the Windows 10 action at the event will apparently pivot around details significant for developers.

The Windows 10 discussion at the Build 2015 conference will probably be focused on the advantages of the ‘universality’ aspect of the new operating system, which will require developers to create one Windows app for different Windows-based devices.

At its opening keynote at the conference, Microsoft will likely share details on how it plans to roll out the Windows 10 OS; the future of Windows Phone; and the amalgamation of Windows 10 OS and Windows Phone platforms – together with the Xbox console - to advance Microsoft’s ‘mobile-first’ philosophy.

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