Microsoft Build 2021 Release Dates Have Been Confirmed

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Microsoft recently announced the dates for the forthcoming Build 2021 developer conference, but no official announcement has yet been made.

The Redmond-based tech behemoth has announced the official Build 2021 dates on its events website, announcing that this year’s developer conference will be held May 25-27.

While the corporation would not specify whether this is a live or interactive experience, there is a possibility that the whole thing will take place digitally for obvious reasons.

The official Build website also does not provide any details on when the 2021 conference is expected to take place, instead directing visitors to the 2020 sessions that can be viewed online.

What to expect at Build

Build is usually the event at which Microsoft communicates with developers from all over the world, but it is often the ideal opportunity to provide the world with an early look at certain widely awaited updates.

Microsoft, for example, traditionally uses the Build event to highlight upcoming upgrades to the Windows 10 operating system, while the company previews the next software changes that it plans to release.

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This year’s Build is the ideal time for Microsoft to have a comprehensive look at the Windows 10 version 21H2 software upgrade, which is set to be released in the fall of this year and is expected to provide significant changes, including several new features and a visual refresh.

At this time, the next Windows 10 feature update is version 21H1, which is scheduled for April or May, with Microsoft already announcing it will be a small upgrade focused on under-the-hood enhancements. Version 21H1 is now available for testing as part of the Windows Insider programme, with RTM expected in the coming weeks.

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