Microsoft touted the release of Windows 10 with events targeting fans in 13 cities globally and smaller gatherings at retail stores, including this one in the Seattle area. Windows executives met with fans and press at the Bellevue Square Microsoft Store before joining about 1,500 employees in community service projects.
Microsoft touted the release of Windows 10 with events targeting fans in 13 cities globally and smaller gatherings at retail stores, including this one in the Seattle area. Windows executives met with fans and press at the Bellevue Square Microsoft Store before joining about 1,500 employees in community service projects. Ellen M. Banner Seattle Times
Microsoft touted the release of Windows 10 with events targeting fans in 13 cities globally and smaller gatherings at retail stores, including this one in the Seattle area. Windows executives met with fans and press at the Bellevue Square Microsoft Store before joining about 1,500 employees in community service projects. Ellen M. Banner Seattle Times

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