Microsoft is making a lot of interesting announcements at Computex 2013 as well as the Tech-Ed conference. The company has already detailed the procedure through which Windows 8.1 public preview and final Windows 8.1 update will be rolled out to users. At Computex, Microsoft showed off a video demo of Windows 8.1, its upcoming major update. In this video they’ve talked about many of the improvements that were detailed in a blog post last week.
The video demo of Windows 8.1 has been conducted by Jensen Harries, the director of Windows User Experience program management at Microsoft. In last week’s blog post many improvements that Windows 8.1 is going to bring were detailed. This includes the return of Start button, enhanced customization options for Start screen, a revamped search experience as well as the ability to run multiple apps side by side. This is the first such video of its impending Windows update that Microsoft has posted online. The public preview of Windows 8.1 is scheduled to go live at Build conference, which takes place later this month. It is expected that Windows 8.1 will be released by the end of this year.
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