Microsoft is set to share details June 24 on the biggest update to its Windows operating system in years.
Why it matters: Both Chromebook and Apple's Macintosh have gained ground in recent years as Microsoft has made only modest updates to Windows 10.
Driving the news:
- The event will be an online one, featuring CEO Satya Nadella and product chief Panos Panay.
- Nadella teased the new version at last week's Build conference and in an Axios interview, but offered no details.
More details to come.
Correction: An earlier version headline mistakenly said the event was July 24.