The launch day for Microsoft latest Windows 8.1 update is edging closer and October 17th is expected to see the release of the digital download and October 18th is expected to be the full retail release date.
Now in preparation for the full launch it has been unofficially reported that Microsoft has created the final launch build of Windows 8.1 RTM build 9600.16384.130821-1623.
Windows 8.1 will bring a number of new features to users including the return of the Start button, together with enhanced built-in apps, as well as more options within the modern-style interface. As more information becomes available regards the development of Windows 8.1 we will keep you updated as it happens.
The new Widows 8.1 is also bringing with it a more stable platform of users to enjoy which is more in-line with a Windows 7 experience offering stability and performance without the bugs of the initial release of Microsoft’s latest Windows 8 operating system.
Originally, the Windows 8.1 team was reportedly expected to announced the Windows 8.1 RTM version on Monday, August 26th. But due to the announced of Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer’s “retirement.” the date might have been pushed back slightly, currently Microsoft has not commented on Windows 8.1’s official status.
Windows 8.1 is a free update to Windows 8 and a prerelease version is available now for you to try. Windows 8.1 has new ways for you to personalise your PC and includes a new apps and services.
Source: Toms Hardware
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