Windows 8.1 Spring, AKA, Update 1, Moves to Manufacturing

Microsoft Windows 8.1 Update 1, Microsoft has referred internally to this update as "Windows 8.1 Spring Update" because it was supposed to be released in… Spring, go figure! The update is intended to bring Windows 8 back down to earth and basically make it more user-friendly for all of us, you know… “Windows Users” who were all thrown for a loop when the new OS was released last year. We’ll get our old familiar desktop and mouse instead of tiles and touch. You’ll still of course have the option to use either. Click here to read the full story.



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