After months of complaints from users about the new Windows 8 operating system, it is now confirmed that we’ll get a glimpse the first major update to the OS, codenamed Windows Blue, this summer.
Tech Crunch reports the first public preview of Windows Blue will be happening in late June, Microsoft Windows chief Julie Larson-Green said during the Wired Business Conference this week. She said that the update will be available to everyone that has Windows 8 in the Windows 8 store, but that’s about all the details she would share.
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We know slightly more about Windows Blue from an interview Microsoft’s Tami Reller, Chief Marketing Officer and Chief Financial Officer of Windows, who was interviewed by the corporate blog Blogging Windows. While she wasn’t much more forthcoming with details, she did hint at some of the changes we can expect to see:
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