Microsoft has just wrapped up its two and a half hour keynote at its annual Build conference in San Francisco. Here’s a recap of what the company discussed in its kickoff. Anniversary update Starting off the event, Microsoft announced that 270 million devices are running Windows 10, with 500 new devices designed for the operating system. It even made a jab to Apple’s comment on five-year-old PCs, saying it has built software to cater to everyone. Calling it an anniversary update, Microsoft will be rolling this out for free this summer for up to 4 million devices. New features include fingerprint…

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