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Microsoft plans for a future that isn’t anchored by Windows

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Microsoft traditionally uses its annual Build developer conference to announce updates to Windows and even showcase emerging hardware and platforms like HoloLens and Mixed Reality headsets.

This year is different.

Having missed its ambitious goal of putting Windows on 1 billion devices (blame it on Windows 10 Mobile’s failure and death), the tech giant shifted gears, de-emphasized Windows — the latest Windows 10 April 2018 Update just came out recently — and redirected attention on its booming Azure cloud business, AI, and building out its Microsoft 365 service.

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