Microsoft kicked off the first day of Build 2018 with a lengthy keynote from CEO Satya Nadella, covering topics ranging from AI and machine learning to Azure and mixed reality. For day two, the keynote is being led by Windows experience head Joe Belfiore, and we're expecting to hear more details on what Microsoft has planned for the future of Windows and Microsoft 365.
Updated May 8, 2018: And that's a wrap for the day two keynote. If you want to relive any of the announcements, you can check out a replay in the video embed below.
For day two, Microsoft is once again planning to get things rolling starting at 8:30 a.m. PT / 11:30 a.m. ET (find your local time here). You can tune in via the video embed below, or follow along at Microsoft's official Build 2018 site. And you're here early, check out our top announcements from day one while you wait for day two to begin.
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