Watch Microsoft BUILD 2013 Day 1 keynote showcasing Windows 8.1 Preview

In case you missed it, today was a big day for Windows users, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer took the stage at the BUILD 2013 conference in San Francisco and announced the availability of Windows 8.1 Preview for everyone to download. He talked about the most important changes and how far Windows 8 grown since launched eight months ago.

Ballmer also highlighted that the company is listening to its users and that is the reason why we have the Start button back, boot to desktop, a brand new Windows Store and many other changes.

The keynote lasted a little over an hour (if you start the video at minute 21) and the company also showcased many new Windows 8 PC, tablets and the new small devices. So if you missed the Microsoft BUILD 2013 Day 1 keynote, you can watch here.

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