Microsoft has actually had a lot of learning chance from the successes and failures of Windows 8, and that appeared from some of the fast repairs that were introduced with Window 8.1, which was a simple incremental update over the existing os. Still, for those who had shade and cry over the raw distinction that Windows 8 presented over Windows 7, Windows 8.1 at least made the system functional for them as soon as again.
However, any significant changes that were anticipated from the Redmond business, won’t take place up until Windows 9 (or Windows Threshold, as it is called today).
Up until now, Microsoft hasn’t officially talked about Windows 9, however at the very same time, they’re keen on developing user interest. Thus, certain info keeps leaking from a number of sources to keep the users stimulated. Simply today, Microsoft China made a Weibo posting that not just revealed the mockup Windows 9 wallpaper that we saw earlier this year, but likewise the question, “Microsoft’s most current OS Windows 9 is coming quickly, do you think the Start menu at the left bottom will make a returned?”
The post was removed, however not before it was spotted by a Chinese internet site, CnBeta. And they were quick to share it with the world.
What’s intriguing in this whole story is the wording “coming soon”. Microsoft is already anticipated to introduce Windows 9 around September 30th with a press conference, however the date is not confirmed. Nevertheless, the company appears to be tailoring up for the statement, and internal sources suggest that the main introduction will happen someplace this fall, even if the specific date winds up being different. Quickly after, the new OS is expected to enter a public “technology preview” period, post which the retail availability can take place someplace in the spring of 2015. All said, it’s quite likely that Microsoft will certainly stick to this schedule to guarantee retaining user interest.
The new Windows 9 is anticipated to showcase a great deal of enhancements and new features to treat the errors that Microsoft made with Windows 8. For example, a trimmed down variation of the Start menu is coming back, and the desktop variations of the OS will be sans Charms bar. Better integration of the contemporary apps with the desktop environment are anticipated, and Cortana might likewise make a look in Windows 9. Let’s see when that happens.