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Windows 8.1 RTM build 6.3.9600.16384 Has Begun To Complite


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Windows 8.1 RTM build 6.3.9600.16384 Has Begun To Complite

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According to the latest news, and the situation prior to foreign media reports coincide, now Microsoft has begun to compile the official version of Windows 8.1 . After compiling completed and will soon be released to determine manufacturers mirrored preparatory work and on October 17, 2013 free to all users to upgrade to Windows 8, the subsequent sale of a new generation of computers will also be pre-installed this version .
Windows 8.1 RTM version number with the previous speculation overseas users is also very consistent, the version number is 6.3.9600.16384. However, in this version of the compilation is complete, Microsoft will quickly be tested to ensure that no big problem. If no special circumstances occur, which will be the final version released to customers.
To compensate for the lack of confidence the user to the fact that Windows 8, Microsoft has listened to the user feedback in a timely manner, unprecedented shorten the development cycle of new products for the following improvements:
* More in line with the tradition of the user interface used to retain existing strengths
* Improve the tablet interface features, and add the appropriate help guide
* Meet consumer and business needs Tablet PC management features
* Rich latest hardware and software standards support
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Good luck MS compile the shit up , we are all waiting for it to be complete so we can download it :D

10x NR ;)

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^ lol!

With all that waiting there should be little to no bugs in this update right? I think one would think so.

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Windows 8.1 RTM should be announced this week Enlarge picture - Windows 8.1 RTM should be announced this week

Microsoft initially promised to ship Windows 8.1 RTM to OEMs around the world by the end of August, but word is that the company has already completed work on the OS update, so the software is now on its way to manufacturers.

A report published by The Verge and confirming that Windows 8.1 has reached RTM at build 9600 also reveals Microsoft’s plans to publicly confirm that it has finalized work on the operating system this week, ahead of general availability in October.

Unfortunately for MSDN and TechNet subscribers who hoped to get Windows 8.1 RTM before the public launch, it appears that the company is making serious efforts to prevent any leaks, so no build will be published online by October.

Windows 8.1 will be available as a free download from the Store starting with October 17, while the public launch will take place one day later.

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^ lol!

With all that waiting there should be little to no bugs in this update right? I think one would think so.

LOL

The RTM version of this update, oddly enough, is not the end of the road for Windows 8.1 development. Instead, Microsoft will use the time between RTM and general availability (GA)—set for October 17, 2013—to continue testing Windows 8.1 in anticipation of releasing a set of interim fixes, called Quick Fix Engineering (QFE) updates. These QFEs will be delivered to PC and hardware makers so that they can add them to their PCs and devices before launch. End users will receive these QFEs automatically via Windows Update within three days of GA.

This process of "finalizing" a product and then updating it before it is released to the public isn't new; Microsoft did the same thing with Windows 8/RT last year. But it does explain the two month delta between RTM and GA, which many had questioned. RTM simply doesn't mean what it used to mean, and in this age of constant iteration, no product is ever really done.

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