According to Game Spot, Microsoft's highlight of the October 26 event was the Windows 10 Creators Update. It will start shipping in late December this year, but wider available is expected in 2017, around the same time the company releases the Windows 10 Creators Update.
But at its event, Microsoft had more hardware in store. Windows head honcho, Terry Myerson even said that the Creators Update will offer unparalleled new ways to create and play.
Microsoft announced that HP, Lenovo, Dell, Acer and ASUS will ship the first VR headsets capable of mixed reality through the Creators Update. Anyways, Microsoft's target is to release "Windows 10 Creators Update" by early 2017. Starting today, anyone in the USA can trade in their MacBook Pro or MacBook Air at a Microsoft Store or online for up to $650 off a Surface Book or Surface Pro.
The trade-in offer is good at Microsoft Stores in the US and on Microsoft's website until November 10, 2016. The Arena tournament enables players to create their own tournaments to compete with others.
The Windows 10 maker has launched a new exchange program which is offering major discounts on its Surface products to any potential new customers willing to trade in their current Apple devices.
With the new 3D capture experience, users can now enjoy the experience by capturing images anywhere they like without having the need to tethered to any larger devices.
Microsoft's Surface sales aren't high enough to rank on either Gartner's or IDC's list of top five personal-computer manufacturers, but they represent an important business for the software company as it showcases the virtues of Windows 10 and related services such as Bing search and Skype chats. The Paint also will have 3D functionality. Powerpoint will also have 3D creation tools. The image of the tree was able to spin and was zoomed around as the presentation moved from slide to slide.
Arena on Xbox Live is powered by the world's most advanced gaming community, uniting gamers across Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs, and fueled by hundreds of thousands of servers to deliver maximum performance while reducing lag and cheating. While Microsoft hasn't offered any sneak previews, documents filed with the Federal Communications Commission and U.S. Patent and Trademark Office hint at an all-in-one touchscreen PC mounted on a hinge so the display can be used in either a vertical or horizontal position. The sharing capability can easily be located on the bottom toolbar of the screen.