Microsoft announced an additional Windows developer event on June 24 that will likely reveal new programming APIs or changes to the Microsoft Store.
Earlier this month, Microsoft announced that it will host a special Windows event on June 24 at 11:00 a.m. EST to unveil its next generation Windows.
After the announcement, speculation grew as people looked at every post Microsoft made for clues as to the name of Windows 10’s successor.
This week, a preview version of Windows 11 was leaked online, confirming its name and giving us a preview of new features in the operating system.
Yesterday, Microsoft’s Windows developer Twitter account announced that it will host a second event on June 24 at 3:00 p.m. EST.
– Windows Developer (@windowsdev) June 17, 2021
This second event will be hosted on YouTube and is aimed at Windows developers.
While no information has been provided on what will be discussed at the developer event, it will likely include information on upcoming changes to the Microsoft Store, how to submit and design apps, and possibly how to do this. new Windows APIs introduced with Windows 11.
Like the 11:00 a.m. Windows Event, the 3:00 p.m. Developer Event is available to anyone who wants to watch it.