Microsoft's annual Build developer conference kicks off on Wednesday at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, and streamed online to the rest of the world.
There's not a whole lot that's officially known about the event this year, but we can make some educated guesses as to what'll be on show. After some experiments with different formats, the company is sticking to its traditional two keynote schedule this year, with day one being mainly about Windows, and day two being mainly about development.
Windows 10 and the Universal Windows Platform is sure to be the focus. The Windows Insider Preview builds that have shipped since the November Update was released last year have thus far been light on new features; we'd expect this to change at Build, and for the company to go public with its plans for the next incremental iteration of the operating system. Session listings point to new or improved capabilities for live tiles and notifications