Microsoft to Unveil Windows 9 on September 30th

Not only will we see the release of Apples new iPhone, Samsung’s new Galaxy Note, and BlackBerry’s new Passport, but September will also bring us our first look at Microsoft’s OS, Windows 9 as well. Microsoft has just released their latest invitation to the media masses as well as the analysts and other technology buffs to join them as the present the many new features of their flagship operating system. Microsoft is also expected to release a test code version for developers and businesses so they can begin preparations for the move to the new platform. Windows 9 well be offering key new features such as the long-awaited return of the Start menu, the integration of Microsoft’s Cortana personal digital assistant and other features. Continue reading this story here.



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