While Microsoft remains completely tight-lipped on a potential Windows Blue upgrade for Windows 8, sources familiar with the matter confirm that such a project is currently under development.
Now a new screenshot posted by Win8China.com
seems to confirm that Windows Blue is in the works, very likely with an important kernel update to version 6.3.
Once again, it appears that Windows Blue won’t come as a stand-alone Windows operating system, but only as a major upgrade for the existing Windows 8, so it’s very likely to pack a big number of improvements.
If we are to trust all previous reports, Windows Blue
is scheduled to hit the market this summer, with Microsoft planning to offer it either as a freeware update for Windows 8 or with a very low price tag.