Windows Blue to hit RTM in June

Microsoft logoMicrosoft is reportedly working on Windows Blue, the first major makeover for Windows 8 that’s expected to hit the market in just a few months.

According to reports coming from China, Blue is expected to reach the RTM development stage in June, so the August release date rumored a few days ago pretty much makes sense.

As for the public beta that could see daylight before general availability, expect it to surface in May, just a few weeks before Windows Blue goes RTM.

It appears that Windows Blue will be offered at absolutely no cost to Windows 8 users, as it’ll pack plenty of improvements for Microsoft’s latest operating system.

As usual, Microsoft doesn’t comment on Windows Blue, but with so many insiders talking about the project, it’s only a matter of time before the company officially confirms it.

Source: Softpedia

Tags: Microsoft, OSes, Windows 8.1

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