Microsoft is heading to NYC in late October. But is this a Windows event? A hardware event? Both? What we expect to see, and what we expect not to see. Does Microsoft even need Windows anymore? Of course. But for how long? What's the end game here? Leo's Surface Book got borked by the last Windows update. Microsoft issued a scripting fix. Yesterday was Microsoft's first big Patch Tuesday - what will it bork this time? So far, reports are good...
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