Windows 10: How to follow along with Microsoft Windows 10 Event on October 26th
How to follow along with Microsoft Windows 10 Event on October 26th
Windows 10 Creators Update 2017
Our Microsoft Windows 10 Event is taking place this week, and we invite you to join us to see what’s next for Windows 10. You can watch the livestream
of our #MicrosoftEvent this Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016 at 10AM EDT/7AM PDT. If you’re a member of the press, you can watch the keynote here
Tip: Ask Cortana* to “Spark my imagination.”
*Cortana available in select markets.
Source: How to follow along with our Microsoft Windows 10 Event | Windows Experience Blog
See also: Ten things we announced today at Microsoftâ€™s Windows 10 Event | Windows Experience Blog
Windows 10 Creators Update event highlights:
- Microsoft to release Windows 10 Creators Update in early 2017
- Early builds of Windows 10 Creators Update to be released to Insiders by end of this week
- Paint 3D
- Windows Capture 3D
- 3D support in Office and Microsoft Edge
- Beam game broadcasting integrated into Windows 10
- Xbox Arena coming to PCs to create your own custom tournaments on Xbox Live
- Microsoft announces Creators Update VR headsets starting at $299
- Dolby Atmos and Bitstream audio support for Blu-Rays coming to Xbox One
- New "My People" taskbar feature
- New "Surface Book i7" updated with better graphics and up to 16 hours battery life
- New "Surface Studio" 28-inch all-in-one touchscreen PC starting at $2,999 in December
- New "Surface Dial" peripheral
Last edited by Brink; 26 Oct 2016 at 12:43.
My desktop assistant/secretary has the reminder set:
Last edited by Cliff S; 24 Oct 2016 at 12:47.
BTW, I don't get this:
When I tell Cortana "Spark my imagination", she takes me to this site: Spark my imagination
That site most certainly has nothing to do with Microsoft!
Ha! Ha! good one. I got all kinds of random stuff from Cortana right now when I tried to emulate your experience. Raises an interesting question (for me): how can you screen cap Cortana output? I can't even get SnagIt to do it.
Thanks for the laugh!
Most screenshot tools I've tried have difficulties to capture Cortana, Action Center and Start. My workaround is to open any of these I want to capture, then launch region capture with a keyboard shortcut and start capture outside for instance Cortana, like here in below screenshot I started a bit right from right edge and bit down from bottom (my Taskbar being vertically at left and Cortana opening top left), then draw a region covering whole Cortana:
Red arrows show my start point. Then I just crop the image a bit to get a "cleaner" image posted. BTW, I am using Screenpresso.
Last edited by Kari; 24 Oct 2016 at 15:05.
Thanks for all the good advice, Kari! As usual, you are both well-versed in understanding, and articulate in explaining.
Snipping tool won't catch the Cortana results? I can't test it myself as the Education version doesn't have Cortana. That's good or bad depending on how you look at it.
I have PicPick, and when I have Cortana open be it with mouse or vocal, using alt+print gives me the window shot, with out needing to crop, or use region.
Snipping tool can only capture Cortana, Start and Action Center with delay:
Set delay, click New, open Cortana and wait set delay time, then capture.
Shift + Print screen maybe?
I have a Logitech keyboard with inbuilt mouse. Beside that I have a Microsoft Mouse wirelss mouse type 700V2. Both mouses were working fine before the latest Windows upgrade.
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