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Microsoft has an event on September 4th for new Windows 10 devices

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 13 Jul 2015 21:39 User comments (3)

Microsoft has an event on September 4th for new Windows 10 devices Microsoft has announced a "Windows 10 Lights up New Devices" event for IFA on September 4th in which the company will unveil new devices running on the upcoming operating system.
Running the keynote is Nick Parker, VP of Microsoft's OEM division, which is interesting as the exec does not work on Surface or Lumia.

Parker will "demonstrate a breadth of new Windows 10 devices, including tablets, 2-in-1s, premium notebooks, gaming devices and all-in-ones that will light up the Windows 10 experience for customers."

"It's about the software and the experiences it enables on devices!" said Jens Heithecker, IFA Executive Director. "Windows 10 is coming with new capabilities and experiences for consumers and businesses. "We are excited to see Microsoft take the keynote stage at IFA to give us a glimpse at how its partners plan to incorporate that future into the devices we rely on for work, home and play."

Source:
Windows Central

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3 user comments

117.7.2015 7:39

Prepare to be baffled by Win10's complicated new interface...

Oldies note, this reinvention of the wheel includes two new semi-wheels, a french curve and a partial arc at a right angle.


:P




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This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 17 Jul 2015 @ 7:43

Its a lot easier being righteous than right.


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217.7.2015 11:56

Originally posted by Jemborg:
Prepare to be baffled by Win10's complicated new interface...

Oldies note, this reinvention of the wheel includes two new semi-wheels, a french curve and a partial arc at a right angle.


:P




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Oh God here we go. Peeps bashing ANY semblance of change in Windows. First off, anyone that truly gets "baffled" as you say, about Win 10's interface is a techno moron and probably a bit challenged mentally. Setting that aside, change in Windows rocks!!!!!! Who doesn't like something new and different and fun??? if you are a computing conservative then STICK WITH YOUR F'ING TANDY!!!

I however, am excited about learning and experiencing something new BUT, I'm a 'good' tech that embraces and even craves a bit of change whereas most of y'all are putzes that want everything to stay the same.


Oh and for those that remain on Xp,...............can you say "Lo-sers"

As a ntwrk engineer, I would like to bitch slap anyone still WILLFULLY using that once great but now defunct and lame OS.

317.7.2015 12:23

Hahaha

Chill out. Can't you take a joke? :D





EDIT: "Methinks the lady doth protest too much." :P


EDIT EDIT: I personally don't have a problem with the new Windows, only an idiot would assume that, but I can see how others could. Also, any pompous argument that blatantly misunderstands what "intuitive" is... is stupido.

I didn't have a "F'ING TANDY". Can't you read d'shit?



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This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 17 Jul 2015 @ 12:53

Its a lot easier being righteous than right.


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Zilog Z80 CPU, 32KB RAM (16K+16K cartridge), video processor 6847, 2KB video RAM, 16 colours (text mode), 5.25" FDD

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