Welcome To The Fall Windows Event

Posted on October 25, 2016 by Brad Sams in Hardware, Windows 10 with 9 Comments


Tomorrow, Microsoft will be hosting its fall Windows event where we expect to see new hardware as well as new features that are coming with Redstone 2. To help you get prepared for the event, listed below are the details of the live stream and where you can find Paul and I during the keynote.

The good news is, as with most Microsoft events, this keynote will be live streamed and you can watch the event here. The keynote is scheduled to kickoff around 10 A.M. ET and should run for about 90 minutes.


I am on-site for the event and will be live-tweeting the keynote as well as the before and after festivities including the expected hands-on time directly following the keynote. Paul will be covering the event remotely and will be doing live commentary with TWiT; you can find us both on Twitter @bdsams and @Thurrott.


For those of you who tune into First Ring Daily every day, provided the Internet connection holds, there is a possibility that we may do the show from inside the keynote area.

The next 48hrs is going to be filled with announcements from Microsoft and Apple; Apple is holding an event on the 27th. As always, Paul and I will keep you informed of the announcements as soon as they occur with the quality and depth that you have come to expect from us.

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Comments (9)

9 responses to “Welcome To The Fall Windows Event”

  1. 217

    I hope an all-in-one with never-seen-before features will be announced. And some Windows 10 future updates never-seen-before. 

  2. 4010

    I love my Lumia 950 XL - it's still the best smartphone on the market. That said, I'm finally ready to buy the new Surface Phone and Surface Pro 5. Let's do this!!!

  3. 5486

    Maybe this article should be re-named the 'Fall of Windows Event', because that's what a lot of the industry are now talking about. People are genuinely starting to consider a world without Windows, not now, or in 5 years, but eventually.

    • 5530

      In reply to ghostrider:

      people have been saying that for years lol. Not going to jump the gun but they really need to show enough about Redstone 3 for people to continue to want to actively consider Windows 10 (for Windows 7 holdouts)

  4. 1146

    So its going to start at 12:30am for me... Ug.

    I don't care about an AIO that much, but the surface Dial sounds intriguing. Look forward to reading about it in the morning.

  5. 1351

    Hi Brad,

    if the Surface Studio is using Pixel Sense, will we e able to lay a document on the screen to have it scanned? I'd pre order that.


    thank you,

    Terry Sutherland