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By the numbers: Microsoft Build 2017

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Engadget / Cherlynn Low

It was a big day for Microsoft's personal-computing aspirations. During its Build keynote today in Seattle, the company announced a new pair of mixed reality controllers and support for three separate Linux builds as well as unveiled its Fluent Design System. Here are the numbers, because how else are you going to calculate market share?

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