Tune in Now for the Microsoft Build Day 2 Keynote Live Blog

We're on location in San Francisco to bring you all the details from Microsoft Build 2013. This year, Microsoft brings its premiere developer event to the Moscone Center. Yesterday we saw the unveiling of the public beta of Windows 8.1 along with some other neat demos.

For day 2 today, we're expecting news about Microsoft's push to the cloud.

All the action kicks off at 9 a.m. PDT / 12 p.m. EDT, so be sure to kept your browsers open on our live blog link below to follow along.

Click here to open our live blog of Microsoft Build Day 2 Keynote.

If you missed yesterday's live blog and you want to catch up, you can find it at the link below:

Click here to open our live blog of Microsoft Build Day 1 Keynote.

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  • Osmin
    Let’s hope they fix the worst part of Windows 8, the inability of Metro Apps to run in a window on the Desktop. Having tablet apps take the full screen, or a 1/4 screen on the side of a large desk top monitor is plain ugly and counterproductive. I should be able to populate my large display with as many small metro apps wherever I want them to be and remove them from the desktop as easily as closing a normal Windows program thus keeping the desktop as the primary work place. I enjoyed using the weather and calendar widget in windows 7 and pinning Metro apps in order to emulate widgets would have been a nice feature too.
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  • Osmin
    Let’s hope they fix the worst part of Windows 8, the inability of Metro Apps to run in a window on the Desktop. Having tablet apps take the full screen, or a 1/4 screen on the side of a large desk top monitor is plain ugly and counterproductive. I should be able to populate my large display with as many small metro apps wherever I want them to be and remove them from the desktop as easily as closing a normal Windows program thus keeping the desktop as the primary work place. I enjoyed using the weather and calendar widget in windows 7 and pinning Metro apps in order to emulate widgets would have been a nice feature too.
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  • Osmin
    Let’s hope they fix the worst part of Windows 8, the inability of Metro Apps to run in a window on the Desktop. Having tablet apps take the full screen, or a 1/4 screen on the side of a large desk top monitor is plain ugly and counterproductive. I should be able to populate my large display with as many small metro apps wherever I want them to be and remove them from the desktop as easily as closing a normal Windows program thus keeping the desktop as the primary work place. I enjoyed using the weather and calendar widget in windows 7 and pinning Metro apps in order to emulate widgets would have been a nice feature too.
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