Microsoft Windows 9 Preview Coming in September

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“It’s impressive to see Panasonic bringing its successful heritage of ruggedized PCs to the new designs running Windows 8.1, providing huge value to business customers who need high-resolution screens and durability,” said Jordan Chrysafidis, vice president of Worldwide OEM Marketing, Microsoft Corp.
“It’s impressive to see Panasonic bringing its successful heritage of ruggedized PCs to the new designs running Windows 8.1, providing huge value to business customers who need high-resolution screens and durability,” said Jordan Chrysafidis, vice president of Worldwide OEM Marketing, Microsoft Corp.
The next major update of the Windows operating system should be available as soon as September. Reports indicate the Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ:MSFT) may begin offering a so-called technology preview of Windows 9 in late September or early October. Sources told ZDNet the new OS, codenamed Threshold, should be officially available in spring. However, users should be…

Windows 9 Preview Expected Late Next Month

“It’s impressive to see Panasonic bringing its successful heritage of ruggedized PCs to the new designs running Windows 8.1, providing huge value to business customers who need high-resolution screens and durability,” said Jordan Chrysafidis, vice president of Worldwide OEM Marketing, Microsoft Corp.
“It’s impressive to see Panasonic bringing its successful heritage of ruggedized PCs to the new designs running Windows 8.1, providing huge value to business customers who need high-resolution screens and durability,” said Jordan Chrysafidis, vice president of Worldwide OEM Marketing, Microsoft Corp.
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