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The top moments from Microsoft's Windows 10 event

Microsoft showed off its new desktop operating system and other projects it's been working on.

Microsoft's Windows 10 event gave us a deeper look at the company's new operating system, including hot new features like Cortana on the desktop and Project Spartan.

The event ran hours long, but you don't have to sit through the entire thing just to see the best moments, because we did that for you.

Check out the clips below for the most interesting and important moments from the show.

First, Windows 10 is going to be a free upgrade for customers with modern Windows devices.

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Next, Continuum makes Windows 10 run better on touchscreen computers and convertible tablets.

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Cortana is coming to the desktop in Windows 10.

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Microsoft is building a version of Windows 10 for smartphones.

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We get a first look at Microsoft's new browser, Project Spartan.

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You can now play Xbox games on your Windows 10 PC or tablet.

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Microsoft unveiled the Surface Hub, a new 84-inch 4K display that includes dual cameras, high-tech sensors and stylus support.

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Microsoft plays with virtual reality with Windows Holographic and HoloLens.

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Finally, see the HoloLens in action. You can interact with holograms all around you.

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