The next version of Windows is slated to arrive by April 2015.
The new iteration, Windows 9, is currently codenamed “Threshold,” according to a report from blogger Paul Thurrott. Thurrott claims Microsoft will release more details about its Windows-related plans at its Build developer conference in April 2014.
Those plans might include an update to Windows 8.1 as well as Windows Phone 8.1, both of which should ship in April 2014.
Microsoft will reportedly overhaul its Metro design language in Windows 9, and although it won’t be released as an alpha version during the Build conference, the company plans to launch three milestone releases of Windows 9 before the final version hits shelves.
Of course, these plans could change. But it’s almost certain that Microsoft isn’t too happy with the adoption rate of Windows 8.1, which stood at just 3.60% this month.
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