Last year’s Build had Microsoft unveil big plans for Android and iOS apps on Windows 10, and while that may have been huge, don’t expect big news this year. Microsoft sent out Windows 10 last July, so we can expect this year’s Build to be focused on getting developers on that OS. HoloLens is also slowing getting into the hands of developers, so we will likely here more about Microsoft’s plans for that.
Build 2016 starts tomorrow at 11:30 AM ET / 8:30 AM PT. We’ll be live-blogging the event, and you’ll be able to follow along for up-to-the-second reports. For now, check out what we think we might see here.