It has been now affirmed that Microsoft is all set to launch the advanced version of Windows 8. 26 June is the official release date of Windows 8.1 (Windows Blue). Regardless of plentiful throbbing comments and reproached response, Windows 8 has held its position in the later days. However, Microsoft is more certain this time and is coming up with major modifications in this newer version. Some leaked evidences, coming up in recent days, show a number of features expected to be counted in.
Microsoft is on track to deliver Windows 8.1 by August 2013 to its PC/device partners, officials confirmed during the company's partner conference. Read this article by Mary Jo Foley on CNET News. via @CNET
Shortly after the leak, Microsoft officially acknowledged "Blue", explaining that it was the internal codename of its plan for a coordinated cycle of updates across multiple Microsoft platforms and services, including Windows 8. Concurrently, Microsoft announced that the next edition of the Build Conference would be held from June 26 to 28, 2013 in San Francisco. More details about "Blue" are expected to be revealed during the conference. The update is expected to be released later in 2013
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