According to a report from The Verge, the virtual events would be aimed at Windows, gaming, and other products, though for the time being, the company is yet to confirm any of them.
At first glance, this is an approach that makes total sense, especially since the world has changed after 2020 and most events now take place online.
Microsoft might try a different strategy this time, all in an attempt to discuss certain improvements coming to specific products more thoroughly, without waiting for the large events it typically hosts annually, such as Build and Ignite.
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