Back in January when Microsoft revealed Windows 10 the company said that devices powered by Windows RT, even its own Surface RT tablets, won’t receive an update to Windows 10. However the company did say that these devices will receive a new software update later this year that is going to have “some of the functionality of Windows 10.” It has now been revealed that this update is going to be released in September, Microsoft still hasn’t detailed precisely what this update will bring for Windows RT devices.

Microsoft has not provided any details about this update which I’m sure many Windows RT device owners are anxiously waiting for.

This information came from Microsoft’s Gabriel Aul who only revealed via Twitter that “Windows 8.1 RT Update 3” is going to be released this September, without explaining what new features it will bring or precisely what changes with this update.

Microsoft has already hammered the last nail in Windows RT’s coffin, there are no new products being made by third party OEMs that use this operating system, even the company itself has released no new hardware that runs on Windows RT.

Hopefully we will find out more about this mysterious update once Microsoft is done with launching Windows 10 to the public, the roll out begins on the 29th of this month.

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