A report claims that Microsoft is readying an update for Windows 8.1 RTM called 'GA Rollup A' that will see a wave of improvements over the August RTM build - but users may struggle to notice changes.
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Microsoft is not offering details on if new PCs that will be sold with Windows 8.1 pre-installed will get a "day one" patch when they officially go on sale on October 18th.
Two separate reports from our Neowin readers claim that a Chinese version of the Windows 8.1 Enterprise RTM build has been leaked to the Internet, just after Microsoft's official RTM announcement.
A Chinese website has posted screenshots that allegedly show off the RTM build of Windows 8.1, which they claim also shows the new default wallpaper for the updated OS.
A new report claims that Microsoft has started to compile the final RTM version of Windows 8.1 and that the first sign off candidate version number will be 6.3.9600.16384.
A new rumor claims that Microsoft is getting very close to reaching the RTM stage of Windows 8.1 and that the company could announce it has finally gone gold any day.
A new rumor claims that Microsoft won't keep the public waiting for the final version of Windows 8.1 and will release it via download just after it reaches its RTM stage.