Just like with every other Windows operating system, an early version of the new Windows Blue operating system from Microsoft has been leaked online with all its glory. The new operating system is made available in the ISO form, in a torrent and is up and alive on many torrent distribution sites (the links to which we are not providing for obvious reasons). So what does the new operating system bring to the table?
Well, we have already seen the new Fresh Paint app which is just awesome. I already got the update on my Windows 8 laptop, and I am just loving it (only if I had a touchscreen on my laptop). Anyway, according to the people who have used this 9364 build of the Windows Blue operating system, the company has reduced the sizes of the live tiles. There are much smaller tiles now, and some bigger as well. Along with this, the company has given options to customize the start screen to a great extent with virtually almost any background to be chosen, and almost any accent color.
We know about the Snap View feature in Windows 8 in which you will be able to snap a modern app to the right or the left side of your screen, which will let you work with two software or apps at any given time. This feature has been enhanced in the new Windows Blue operating system update which will let you snap two modern apps in a such a way that they share the screen equally.
Pure Infotech writes, “Blue will also include a few new Windows 8 apps: Calculate, Sound Recorder, Movie Moments and Alarms. And there is a new Apps settings section that allows to change apps and information on apps sizes. The Windows 8 Charms are also being refreshed. The Devices Charm now includes a new “Play” feature, and the Share Charm will allow users to quickly share an image file with other apps.”
Windows Blue (9364.0.FBL_PARTNER_OUT13.130315-2105_X86FRE_CLIENT) is not the final version of the operating system. This is just a leaked pre public version. The company will be releasing the public beta version of the operating system pretty soon, probably. And the final version of the Windows Blue will hit stores by year end.
Source: Pure Infotech