At the upcoming Build annual conference, Microsoft is all set to present its latest technologies to software and web developers operating with Windows. The upcoming Build annual conference will be organized in Seattle at Washington State Convention Center on May 10, 2017 and will last till May 12, 2017.
Even though the first most important upgrade to the most recent operating system of Microsoft, Windows 10 Creators, is officially introduced recently and is not still completely launched, an additional huge upgrade is by now scheduled with the name “Redstone.” This is anticipated prior to the end of this year. The newest “build” version made accessible to quality checkers in Insider program of Microsoft provides a peep of what can be actually seen in store.
The upgrade seems to target specially on the Windows 10 web browser, Edge, which is still trying hard to make a place in the heart of the users. The browser seems to be receiving novel devices for functioning with PDF files having annotation tool, interactive table of contents as well as form filling, and additional guarding from malware.
One ongoing inclination in the technological world that the company cannot ignore is the augmentation of bots. Once kept for automating tasks that are repetitive in nature, bots now have an even more significant role to play. Their addition into Facebook Messenger, for instance, permits consumers to work together with online services and brands in a lighthearted way. At Microsoft, particular bots are by now accessible to choose on Skype, but it might not be astonishing to see the Redmond that the company announced for more developments.
The company is also anticipated to declare the roll outs regarding the Windows Store that could sport even more applications from third-party, particular with the launch of Windows 10 S that only permits installation of programs to users available through the Store.
Last, but not the least, in terms of augmented and virtual reality, it might be no surprise to witness Microsoft declaring a new potential for its new platform.
For now, the only thing that we can do is to wait and watch.