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Microsoft Oct. 26 Event: How To Watch The Livestream And What To Expect

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Microsoft is gearing up for a special late-fall event in New York this Wednesday. The event should feature a slew of Windows-running hardware including the Surface all-in-one gadget.

However, it is unlikely that we will see any new mobile or fitness accessories, so those expecting a Microsoft Band will be a bit disappointed.

Microsoft Surface Event Livestream

Here is all you have to know to watch the event at your own leisure.

Microsoft will live-stream its event on Wednesday, Oct. 26.

Folks who are in Los Angeles can watch the streaming starting at 7 a.m. Viewers in Chicago will have to wait until 9 a.m., whereas New Yorkers must muster patience until 10 a.m.

Those who want to see Microsoft's event from London can tune in at 3 p.m., while Tokyo viewers can end their day by watching the event at 11 p.m. For those residing in Sydney, the event will air at 1 a.m. on Oct. 27.

Check out Microsoft's livestream on the official link.

Users who are curious whether Microsoft will have a hands-on with the announced products should know that there is a high chance of that happening.

But what can we expect to see at the upcoming event?

Surface All-In-One PC

Some time ago, even before invitations to the event were rolled out, an FCC filling landed with a Surface keyboard and mouse, showing that Microsoft is serious about the all-in-one device. This is not to say that the device is certainly coming, but there is a strong possibility.

Reports say that users should not expect a revamping of the Surface Pro 4 or Surface Book to be showcased at the October event.

Windows 10 And Xbox One

It is possible that Microsoft will talk in detail about the Windows 10's developments for next year (updates Redstone 2 and 3), as well as the new features that come with the OS. Some smart-home integration has also been touted.

Although Microsoft's plans for its future Windows 10 are still foggy, it's a safe bet to assume that the company has big plans prepared for its "last Windows." Insiders familiar with the matter note that the two Redstone patches will be one of the most significant changes that the OS suffered in a while.

Those participating in or watching the October event will be the first to find out new details about Windows 10's roadmap.

What is more, Microsoft might spill the beans on its future Xbox developments, as well.

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