Microsoft didn't have much to say about Windows 10 at Build 2019, and the biggest announcements that touch Windows were, in fact, cloud services accessible through the desktop OS. What does that mean for the future of Windows 10?
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If you're excited about what Microosft has in store for everyone over the next few years, checking out its keynote at the annual build show is a great way to do it. Here's everything Microsoft announced during Build 2019.
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Microsoft Azure now includes full support for blockchain apps and services, helping businesses create smart-contract platforms and distributed ledgers to manage permissions and data access across broad consortiums.
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Volkswagen and Microsoft are partnering to create cloud services for VW’s fleet. VW anticipates that more than 5 million new Volkswagen-brand vehicles per year “will be fully connected and will be part of the Internet of Things .”
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Microsoft's second Build 2018 keynote took a deep-dive into plans to improve not just Windows, but also Office, and how the two work together.
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