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Microsoft's Windows 8.1 Update 1: Rumored release target is March 11 By Mary Jo Foley January 24, 2014 16:53 GMT

First up, the target release date for Windows 8.1 Update 1 -- the relatively minor update coming to Windows 8.1 this spring -- is allegedly March 11, according to one of my accurate and trusted sources. Yes, that's a Patch Tuesday. Given that Microsoft will likely deliver Update 1 to Windows 8.1 users via Windows Update, this seems pretty believable to me.

Windows leaker WZor previously indicated that Windows 8.1 Update 1 would likely be released to manufacturing in March, but didn't provide a specific date.

http://www.zdnet.com...h-11-7000025559

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kind of like visual changes are not visible, rummage deeper report later :) ...

ps: for those who do not read our twitter say deadline signing RTM Windows 9 is October 21, 2014 , at the end of November 9 Windows go on sale . No Windows 8.2 will not, but the task smooth " curse failed version ."

Remove the " curse failed version " according to Ballmer will Windows 9 , Steve Ballmer to step down before the final RTM release of Windows 9, but so that the new head of the company was not related to Windows 8.1.

Most likely new head of Microsoft's come into its own with the September 1, 2014 ! while it is possible that Bill Gates briefly again become CEO of Microsoft, about changes in management will be known very soon, just a few days !

Later this summer 2014 will be released Update Rollup for Windows 8.1 and 2014 Update on this farewell Windows 8.1 ... in the desktop segment, Windows 8.1 is recognized as a failure.

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Партнеры компании Microsoft на днях получили новую, вторую сборку тестовой версии Windows 8.1 2014 Update: 6.3.9600.16596.WINBLUES14_GDR_LEAN.140114-0237, скриншоты:
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Partners of Microsoft recently received a new, second test version of the assembly Windows 8.1 2014 Update: 6.3.9600.16596.WINBLUES14_GDR_LEAN.140114-0237, screenshots:
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"Наши люди в Голливуде", рапортуют о весьма серьезном продвижении на направлении работ связанных с Windows 9, возможно вскоре появятся и первые подробности, ждем ... а пока что все внимание на Windows 8.1 2014 Update ....
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"Our people in Hollywood," warn about the very serious advancement on the direction of works related to Windows 9 may soon appear and the first details, wait ... and yet all the focus on Windows 8.1 2014 Update ....

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Microsoft's Windows 8.1 Update 1: Rumored release target is March 11 By Mary Jo Foley January 24, 2014 16:53 GMT
First up, the target release date for Windows 8.1 Update 1 -- the relatively minor update coming to Windows 8.1 this spring -- is allegedly March 11, according to one of my accurate and trusted sources. Yes, that's a Patch Tuesday. Given that Microsoft will likely deliver Update 1 to Windows 8.1 users via Windows Update, this seems pretty believable to me.
Windows leaker WZor previously indicated that Windows 8.1 Update 1 would likely be released to manufacturing in March, but didn't provide a specific date.

http://www.zdnet.com/microsofts-windows-8-1-update-1-rumored-release-target-is-march-11-7000025559

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Подробности второй тестовой сборки Windows 8.1 2014 Update: 6.3.9600.16596.140114-0237 January 25th, 9:46

Плитки из интерфейса Modern UI (Metro) можно нажимая на правую кнопку мыши закреплять на панели задач, запускать приложения, менять размер и.т.д, скриншоты:

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From shallow interfaces Modern UI (Metro) can By clicking à þ mouse button zakreplâtʹ the panels tasks, zapuskatʹ app ments size i.t.d, screenshots:

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зы: на скришотах кстати, другая, SINGLE.LANGUAGE сборка Windows 8.1 2014 Update: 6.3.9600.16596.WINBLUES14_GDR_LEAN.140114-0237

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Latest Windows 8.1 Update 1 screenshots show changes to Start screen Andy Weir 1 hour ago

With Windows 8.1 Update 1 reportedly set for release on March 11, information about what we can expect to see in the revised OS is already emerging. On Wednesday, screenshots leaked showing Modern apps (or 'Store apps') pinned to the taskbar on the Desktop, and on Thursday, further screenshots gave an additional look at this feature.
Another day, another leak - this time from WZor.net, the site that first published Wednesday's screenshots. The latest images show the familiar Windows Start screen, but with a couple of interesting changes.
In the current release of Windows 8.1, right-clicking on a Start screen tile with your mouse will bring up a menu bar at the bottom of the screen. But in the build shown in these images, taking that action now brings up a mouse-friendly menu that hovers directly over the tile that you've just right-clicked on.
The changes mean that mouse users will no longer have to sweep the cursor down to the bottom of the display to perform an action each time they right-click on a tile - for example, to resize it or unpin it from the Start screen.
We would assume that performing this action via touch - i.e. pushing and holding a tile - will still bring up the menu bar at the bottom of the screen, since the mouse-friendly menus shown in these images are far too small to be conveniently pressed by fat fingers.
One other major detail to note from these images can be seen at the upper right of the Start screen, which now includes a Search button and, at long last, a Power button. Windows 8.x users have long been vexed by the decision to 'hide' the Power options - including the facility to shut down or hibernate the system - under the Settings Charm located on the right-edge of the display. Many will no doubt be delighted to see this moved to a more accessible location.
Expect plenty more leaks related to Windows 8.1 Update 1 in the days and weeks ahead - and we'll be sure to cover them all here on Neowin.

http://www.neowin.net/news/latest-windows-81-update-1-screenshots-show-changes-to-start-screen

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Windows 8.1 9600.16606.WINBLUES14_GDR_LEAN.140126-2042. By WZOR January 30th, 4:07

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The main thing in this build , and that immediately catches the eye , is that , immediately after installing and loading it , we find ourselves on the desktop (Desktop) PC and not on a tiled interface Modern UI (Metro) as it was ever before , with now being on the desktop and clicking "Start " (Start) , we find ourselves on a tiled Modern UI., ie everything is now done with precision to turn ... it is something ... :-)

Also added to the initial screen Modern UI " button Power Management " (Power control), it is probably done to reduce the burden on the user's brain .

However, not myshkobludtsev brains will continue to boil , since finger - tykov and happy owners of Screens less than eight and a half inches , this button is not available , so you do not accidentally turn off your Tyko - device.

And made ​​some other improvements associated with navigation in the system using the traditional management tools ie OS with a mouse. All this as a kind of achievement separate message emphasizes partners Microsoft.

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WZOR wzascok 2014-01-30 10:15 pm (UTC)

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at this stage of works on Windows 8.1 2014 Update leaks still not scheduled.

all assemblies are digitally personalized signature, it will show immediately on the source of the leak .. and yet so much ahead of other interesting :)

as soon as possible to provide safe assembly so it will be done immediately!

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Report: Windows 8.1 Update 1 defaults to desktop on startup John Callaham 3 hours ago

WZor.net has been leaking a number of screenshots in the past few weeks showing off some of the features that Microsoft is reportedly putting into Windows 8.1 Update 1. Today, the site is not only posting up some new images from a recent build, but it has also revealed that it makes a PC start to the desktop UI by default.

If the site's report is indeed accurate, this would be a complete 180 compared to the launch of Windows 8 in October 2012, when users had no choice but to start up a PC with the Modern UI Start screen. The release of Windows 8.1 allowed people to go into the operating system's settings after it was installed and change it so that a PC boots to the desktop UI. This new tweak for Update 1 means that Microsoft has now realized that most Windows 8 and 8.1 users prefer the desktop interface to the Start screen.

http://www.neowin.net/news/report-windows-81-update-defaults-to-desktop-on-startup

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Added By WZOR 2014-01-31 05:31 am (UTC)

Of the new features, we note the following: added support for 250-500% of full scale desktop (desktop scaling) and desktop applications.
Default is 250% scaling is set with higher resolution monitors, at least dating back to 1800 vertical lines, such as to resolve 3200x1800 13,3 ":

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