Microsoft’s own Windows 11 livestream runs into technical difficulties
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Microsoft’s own Windows 11 livestream runs into technical difficulties

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Anyone trying to watch Microsoft’s Windows 11 reveal over on its official website may have noticed the stream ran into a number of technical issues, including buffering and dropouts. It got so bad that the technical adviser to Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella was forced to respond, tweeting a link for viewers to watch the livestream on YouTube instead.

Only the YouTube livestream wasn’t actually an official Microsoft stream at all and was technically a repost from the retailer Newegg. It just goes to show that live video is pretty damn hard, even if you’re a massive $2 trillion juggernaut like Microsoft.

If your video stream is failing, watch from here: https://t.co/Y6b9tMzhIo

— Mat Velloso (@matvelloso) June 24, 2021

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