Microsoft will be announcing updates in its Windows 10 on Oct. 26. The tech giant has already been sending out invites for the said event. Many are also expecting details about a new Surface all-in-one PC. However, Microsoft seems to be coy about it in their invitation.
Update For Windows 10
Microsoft will showcase new features on its Windows 10 operating system. Reporters have been receiving invites with this phrase "see what's next for Windows 10". They also have a good marketing strategy.
Microsoft has this written words backward "Imagine what you'll do". To prove the company's point, the said texts are displayed on a window.
Earlier in August, Microsoft had posted in their blog describing their last feature update for 2016. Microsoft's Nathan Mercer also revealed about two additional feature updates in 2017.
According to The Verge, the company might discuss which features are going to be in the said two major software updates. Microsoft is also expected to explain how these will also work with Xbox gaming.
One of the rumored major updates for next year is codenamed "Redstone 2". Microsoft may be planning to launch this along with Microsoft Surface Pro and Surface Book hardware updates. Apparently, the Redstone 2 is already being developed.
New Surface PC
The PC World has previously reported about the leaked photo of a Surface-themed mouse and keyboard. These items have been listed in FCC filings.
Microsoft may have intentionally left out to mention the said new Surface PC. Though people are still anticipating for it to be unveiled in the New York City event.
Sources from Microsoft have recently disclosed about this to The Verge. They pointed out that the company is not going to refresh the Surface Pro 4 or the Surface Book devices. Microsoft will actually be highlighting devices from OEMs.