Windows 8.1, an update to Windows 8 that is also known as Windows Blue, is expected to be available as a free update later this year.
The announcement was made on Tuesday by Windows chief financial officer Tami Reller at JP Morgan's Technology, Media, and Telecom Conference in Boston. A preview of Windows 8.1 will be available in late June during Microsoft's Build conference.
In the interim, what do you want to see in Windows 8.1? Are you relieved that it will be made available to the public free of charge? Sound off in the comments below.
I cover video games, tech, privacy issues and more for IBT. Prior to joining the staff, I wrote for Major League Baseball, Computer Shopper and other publications. I earned...
- PlayStation 4 Pre-Orders Sold Out At Walmart Again After Alleged Availability
- Error 73, Error 113 Battle.Net Issues Render 'Diablo 3' and 'WoW' Unplayable For Many, Blizzard Developing Fix
- See What The Xbox One Would Look Like In Other Colors
- Rip-Offs And Deals On Photo Ops And Autographs Abound At New York Comic Con 2013