Windows Blue got leaked a few days ago and, now that we know the changes that it might bring to the Windows ecosystem, all eyes are on Windows 9, the next full version of the Windows operating system.
Acer, Asus and Lenovo will all help Microsoft develop the next-generation Windows operating system, DigiTimes reports citing the “famous” sources from the upstream supply chain.
The Redmond-based technology giant is now putting the final touches on the integrated development program (IDP) for the upcoming OS, and selecting the companies to help design the platform was a priority.
What’s more, it appears that Acer and NVIDIA are currently discussing the possibility to jointly develop a device that would run the new Microsoft operating system, but no specifics are available for the time being.
If previous reports are true, Windows 9 should see daylight in November 2014, while the very first beta could be launched to users for testing purposes in January next year.