Microsoft has been working on making its first Microsoft Store in Europe for a while. And after years of work, the store is almost ready for the public. Microsoft today announced that its flagship Microsoft Store in London will open to the general public this July, on the 11th of July, to be exact.
Microsoft’s upcoming store in London is situated in Oxford Circus, right next to the underground station. The new store will showcase Microsoft’s latest hardware, as well as Windows, Office, and its other software. The store is actually pretty huge and covers 21,932 square feet over three floors.
Microsoft’s new store will feature a Community Theatre, which is essentially a communal area where the company will run free workshops and programmes for customers about tech, coding, and STEM learning. The store will also feature an Answer Desk where customers will be able to get tech support, training, and get their products repaired.
As a Londoner, it’s pretty exciting to finally have a Microsoft Store in the area. I will probably be there for the store’s launch on the 11th of July, too. See you guys there.
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