Windows Blue Project Reportedly Confirmed by PC Manufacturers

The Windows 8 upgrade is expected to boost new PC sales, sources say

By Bogdan Popa on February 25th, 2013 06:36 GMT

While Microsoft isn’t saying a thing about a potential Windows Blue project, the whole world is talking about it, with more or less reliable sources confirming that the Redmond-based technology giant is working on a major Windows 8 makeover.

Now “unnamed” Taiwanese PC and component makers told Digitimes that Microsoft is indeed working on a Windows Blue upgrade that would be released sometime this year.

The interesting thing is that Windows Blue is seen as a potential breath of fresh air for the ever collapsing PC industry, as Windows 8 has indeed failed to excite.

If all these rumors prove to be true, Windows Blue could hit the shelves this summer, with a public beta projected to be released for download in just a few months, as Microsoft is reportedly planning to bring the final version to the market as soon as possible.
Windows Blue is said to be the first major refresh of Windows 8
   Windows Blue is said to be the first major refresh of Windows 8
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