The long rumored major update to Windows 8.1, which was being called Windows 8.2, might have been shelved in favor of just going ahead and skipping to a new version of Windows altogether.
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All of the next big updates to Microsoft's core products are in development and while details remain a bit hazy, we have a few nuggets of information to share about the development process.
A new build of Windows has shown up in the logs of applications and shows that progress is being made on the next iteration of Windows but is this Windows 8.2 or Windows 9.
A new report from Wzor states that the Start menu will make its return to Windows this fall - but that's not all: there are a few more details about a new Windows Cloud service as well.
A new concept for Windows 8.2 developed by a 20-year-old designer looks pretty impressive as it aims to more successfully integrate the classic Desktop with the new Modern UI and Start screen.
A new report is stating that Windows ‘Threshold' will arrive in the fall of 2014, rather than the previously reported spring of 2015 and will include several new features.
A new rumor claims that the next major update for Windows after Windows 8.1 won't be released until the spring of 2015 and could bring Windows and Windows Phone closer together.