It's been a busy week for Microsoft. From China to the US via Europe the company has made a raft of notable announcements ranging from products and services to its strategy on key areas such as wearables and Windows 10.
To help you keep up to date with what one of the world's biggest technology companies is up to - from big data to devices - we've put together a top 10 of the key announcements from the past week.
10. Cortana coming to the UK
Microsoft announced on Thursday that its latest Windows 10 Technical Preview is now available, marking the UK arrival of the desktop version of its Cortana voice assistant.
Other improvements in the latest build include updates to the Start menu, Virtual Desktops and enhancements to the Photos app.
Microsoft has also updated the Windows Feedback programme included within the Windows 10 Technical Preview to make it easier for Windows Insiders users to submit their responses.
Hopefully this means, come the release of Windows 10, everything will run nice and smoothly.
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