In August, Microsoft will be releasing its second update for Windows 8.1 and although it is expected to be a minor update, it will also bring a few small changes to the user interface.
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Windows 8.1 update 2
Windows 8.1 update 2 is right around the corner and thanks to a few leaked documents, it looks like August 12th will be the day that the update is released as part of Patch Tuesday.
Earlier today, Windows 8.1 update 2 was said to have hit RTM and will be shown off in July and after talking to our own sources, there is some merit to the information, but take it with salt.
Neowin community member FaiKee has posted up a screenshot of what looks like a Microsoft employee's Facebook account that shows something called "Windows 365", listed as based on Windows Core.
The next major update for Windows 8.1 could arrive as early as August, though it's not clear if the new version of Microsoft's flagship operating system will include the revamped Start menu.