Microsoft’s WinHEC 2016 Keynote is now available for public viewing. In case you don’t know, Microsoft is in China for the Windows Hardware Engineering Conference, and the live webcast for the event was not available.
If you missed the announcements made today by Microsoft and its partners, you can watch/download the full Keynote available on Channel 9.
Quick Summary of what Microsoft announced at WinHEC 2016
- Microsoft wants to make always-connected PCs
- Official minimum PC specs for Windows 10 Virtual Reality
- Microsoft to make mixed reality mainstream in 2017
- Microsoft’s ‘Project Evo’ to bring new innovations across advanced security, artificial intelligence and Cortana, mixed reality, and gaming