Microsoft’s Windows 10 event is now available on the official YouTube channel to watch it at your convenience.
Yesterday, Microsoft unveiled the successor of Windows 8/8.1 dubbed as Windows 10 in an invite-only-private event in Sans Francisco.
During the Keynote, Microsoft’s executive VP of operating systems Terry Myerson explained why they decided to skip over Windows 9 and found “Windows 10” as more appropriate name for the next version of Windows. While Joe Belfiore, corporate vice president of operating systems showed a few key elements of Windows 10, which comprise the best of Windows 8 for touch devices and the familiar sentiments of Windows 7 features.
If you want to watch the stream of the event, the full video of the event is now online. Microsoft has posted the entire 39 minutes 29 seconds Keynote on the official YouTube channel.