Earlier this week, the author of the Windows 8 information web site WinUnleaked.tk obtained a copy of a Release Candidate version of Windows 8 that exposed more information about new SKU options for the OS. Now the web site has posted up a small update with some brief statements about what has been included in this new build.
The article claims that Microsoft has been busy putting the final touches on Windows 8 since the release of the Consumer Preview version in February. It has improved the performance of Windows 8 since that release, according to the article, along with making adjustments to the UI and adding in features to the main code.
The article states:
The notable changes are the addition of color set, some were already present in several Milestone 3 build, the return of Windows to Go, various changes in the UI, performance improvements and the return of « staged » build.
The web site promises to reveal more about each of these new features and changes in another article. Meanwhile, Microsoft is still expected to launch the final version of Windows 8 to the public later this year, perhaps sometime in October, in both x86 and ARM variants.