Microsoft Build 2021: What Went Down In the Event

The Microsoft Build 2021 event took place virtually between May 25 and 27.

The event is an annual conference that the technology behemoth holds for developers and software engineers who use its technologies.

At this year’s event, the company unveiled several updates and tools that will impact its ecosystem going forward. Firstly, it claimed that its upcoming Microsoft Edge update will be the best performing browser on Windows 10. Secondly, it announced the release of Windows Package Manager 1.0, a tool that will enable IT admins manage multiple systems. With this tool, installation and de-installation of packages and applications on Windows 10 becomes easier.

Next, Microsoft announced new features for Teams aimed at boosting the development of collaborative apps. To support this, it will provide greater access to its APIs, the Teams Store, and development tools, among others. The company developed these features to enable people collaborate more effectively across multiple devices in real-time.

Thereafter, the CEO, Satya Nadella, teased the upcoming release of “the next generation of Windows”. He described it as “one of the most significant updates of Windows” in the past decade. However, he stopped short of announcing what it is.

Another notable event that occurred was the unveiling of the Project Reunion 0.8 preview. Following this, the company promised to develop advanced AI solutions for its customers, although it didn’t state the solutions. By the way, Project Reunion is a tool for developing Windows 10 apps.

TechVise was formed ages ago and has grown a lot. 10 years later, TechVise remains steadfast on its core values. To be the go to resource on the web for tips, tricks, reviews, features and how to guides to make your life with gadgets, apps & services easier.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Related Article

News Feed

Sony WF-1000XM4 Earbuds Hit Stores for $278 in Silver and Black

Brand new Sony WF-1000XM4 earbuds are in stores for $278. They are water & sweat resistant and feature the best ANC experience ever!

Apple WWDC 2021: Notable Announcements this year.

Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference started on Monday, 7th June with a two-hour keynote address the new updates and features.

Google’s Upcoming Android 12 will Allow Users to Opt-Out of Third-Party Tracking

Google's latest Android 12 will provide users the ability to allow or deny marketing identifiers used in tracking consumer activity

Want to stay up to date with the latest updates?

Please fill in your details and we will send you an update every time we publish a new article.

We use Mailchimp as our marketing platform. By clicking subscribe, you acknowledge that your information will be transferred to Mailchimp for processing.