Announced approximately one year after Windows 8.1 released, Windows 10 is set to combine the strengths of Windows 7 and 8.1 together as one operating system.

With several developer editions already set out on the public, Microsoft has received feedback from many users and developers on how to improve the software. Considering the initial lack-of-success of Windows 8 and 8.1, taking this criticism can lead the company to success.

With the completion of Windows 10 coming later this year, Microsoft has scheduled a live webcast briefing to its fans, users and developers.

Set to start airing on January 21, 2015 @ 9:00 am Pacific Time, Windows will be giving insight into what they have planned next for the installment of Windows.

Senior leaders from the Operating System Group (OSG) will be attending, including Terry Myerson, Joe Belfiore and Phil Spencer. Microsoft’s CEO, Satya Nadella, will be there as well.

For those who cannot watch it at the specified  time, Microsoft will provide a video that you can watch after it airs.

You can watch the stream here:

Being a long-time Windows user, I’m interested in how they’re going to make this a success. If they can combine what made Windows XP and 7 successful together along with the correct improvements provided with Windows 8.x; I believe that they will have another very successful operating system.

Do you feel that Microsoft is taking the correct approach towards their operating system?

Do you feel that they are improving the software enough to warrant a completely new purchase?

Leave your opinions below!