Microsoft Moving on Windows 8 Successor

Code Blue, Microsoft’s new code word for the Windows 8 successor with lots of unknowns, one of them is, will this Windows 9, or Windows 8.1? Time will tell but one thing is fairly certain, Microsoft, with Steve Ballmer at the helm, is not sitting around for a few years after the release of a new OS. The wheels keep turning and the MSFT DEV team is moving full steam ahead to try to keep pace with the mobile competition. Read the full story here.



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  • Hmm

    Posted by Tom on 12/30/2012 08:25pm

    Is this like that lame attempt to re-theme and advertize Vista before they gave up on it? Win 8 just looks like a mistake from the get-go...

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