Microsoft unveiled Windows 10 earlier this year but it didn’t talk much about the consumer features that this iteration of Windows is going to offer. Back then the company said that it will be ready to talk about these features in “early 2015.” A new report published today claims that Microsoft is now planning an event for late January, 2015 where it will lift the veil once and for all on the consumer features of Windows 10.
Even though Microsoft is going to have a presence at the Consumer Electronics Show 2015 in Las Vegas during early January, “sources familiar with the company’s plans” reveal to The Verge that Redmond is going to put together a separate event in late January just for this purpose.
The event at which these consumer features are going to be unveiled is expected to be more significant than the one where Microsoft introduced Windows 10 for the first time. It was a small hour-long event held in San Francisco. This one might not be that short because apparently Microsoft has a lot of features that it wants to show off.
Once the consumer features have been detailed Microsoft may also confirm when Windows 10 consumer preview will be released. Rumors put the possible release timeframe within the first few months of next year.