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Windows 8.1 To Be Released October 17th - 18th

Try the Most Reliable Windows Password Tool Free Trial Standard Professional Enterprise Ultimate Skip to Navigation Skip to Content SuperSite for Windows Search: Stay Connected TwitterFacebookGoogle+RSS IT/Dev Connections About Newsletter Register So, there you have it, Windows 8.1 is coming in October. Login or register to post comments Rallicat on Aug 14, 2013 Whatever the reasons for doing this, I can't help but feel Microsoft are missing a trick. Windows 8.1 includes a number of improvements over the Windows 8 release.

But one thing to remember it will not please everyone especially if you were hoping for the Windows 7 Start menu back. I'll update to 8.1 when it comes out, but I pretty much only use the desktop, and most of the changes seem to be related to Metro. Microsoft's blog lists the technical release date as October 18, with the digital floodgates opening at midnight New Zealand time. To express your thoughts on Computerworld content, visit Computerworld's Facebook page, LinkedIn page and Twitter stream.

Except IT guys in big companies who are beginning to pray for Klaatu to shut down all of their systems so, they don't have to upgrade jack on any PC ever Computerworld The Voice of Business Technology Follow us Cloud Computing Computer Hardware Consumerization of IT Data Center Emerging Technology Enterprise Applications IT Management Internet Mobile & Wireless Networking Operating Systems Security Login or register to post comments prettyconfusd on Aug 14, 2013 Hmm, so I guess we can expect some shiny new Surfaces on October 18th too then?

  • Designed for both PCs and touch-screen devices, Windows 8 forces its users to boot to the shifting, shiny Start screen which complained by many desktop uses.
  • Granted that you don't know me but it would be nice.
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  • This includes Windows Server 2012, System Center 2012 R2 and the next iteration of Windows Intune. (Another R2 product, SQL Server 2014, will ship in the first half of next year.)
  • Critics are claiming Windows 8.1 as what Windows 8 should have been given it had a few more months of development time.

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In Windows Phone, they "shut up and ship." Why can't Windows just do that? Although Microsoft won't say what types of new hardware will be made available on October 18th, we're expecting to see a number of new smaller Windows 8.1 devices in the coming The August MSDN release might come screeching back. http://www.theverge.com/2013/8/14/4620516/windows-8-1-release-date-october-18th Reply Ben August 15, 2013 at 1:32 am # I won't sign with Discqus.

I'll use my own cloud. If they're done, they need to release right away to win over more cheerleaders before the holiday shopping season. Subscribe / Connect Ghacks Technology NewsletterGhacks Daily NewsletterAdvertisement Advertisement Recent UpdatesThe Best Windows SoftwarePale Moon 27.1.2Firefox Roadmap 2017Free CD Burning SoftwareFirefox privacy and security preferencesWindows 10 Privacy SoftwareThe best Chrome extensionsThe Reply Martin Brinkmann August 14, 2013 at 12:42 pm # I'm not sure about the first question.

While Windows 8.1 won't win over desktop diehards who loathe the new-look modern UI with a deep and utter hatred, the update is a true lesson in course correction and will over here Login or register to post comments jwpear on Aug 14, 2013 I think this is another execution misstep. Trump eyes an H-1B visa aimed at ‘best and brightest’ President Donald Trump is considering a new way of distributing the H-1B visa to ensure they go to the...

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