We know that Microsoft intends to launch Windows 8 some time in the fall of 2012, and we recently heard that Lenovo intends to be one of the first manufacturers to launch a Windows 8 Tablet, with a rumored launch date of October.
Now more evidence has been revealed which would point to October being the actual official launch date of Windows 8 for Microsoft, and they could possibly have their latest OS finished by this summer.
According to a recent report by Bloomberg, the Windows 8 roll out will include support for both Intel based devices and ARM devices at the same time.
Launching Windows 8 in October would give Microsoft plenty of time to market their new operating system, and a new range of Windows 8 based tablets for the holiday shopping season.
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