Microsoft, technology

Windows 10 pregame

What to expect (and what you won’t see) at this week’s Windows 10 launch

The Windows 10 technical preview released last fall was aimed squarely at enterprise customers, bringing back the Start menu and allowing sandboxed Windows Store apps to run in windows instead of full screen. This week’s update should be much more focused on consumer devices and services.

Here’s what I’ll be looking for in Redmond on Wednesday…

There is a brief biometric mention, but it’s mostly big-picture analysis of Microsoft’s consumer offerings.

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