At Build 2015, Microsoft offered fresh details on its vision of Windows 10 as one operating system that consumers will use across PCs, smartphones, tablets, and the Xbox One game console. Among other announcements, we learned the name of Internet Explorer's successor: Microsoft Edge. The company also revealed that Office will soon be its own platform with add-on apps running inside the productivity suite. Microsoft plans to make it easier for developers to bring apps from Android and iOS to Windows on smartphones. And once again, we got a demonstration of the futuristic HoloLens headset. These and other stories below are the biggest news to come from Microsoft's Build 2015 conference.
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