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Windows 9 build 6.4.9829 has recently been sent for testing - Rumor

It’s no secret that Microsoft is working on Windows 9 as we speak, and the company itself has confirmed that it’s preparing a new version of its flagship operating system, so no one should actually be surprised that a new build has recently been compiled and is ready for testing.

According to a new rumor , Windows 9 build 6.4.9829 has recently been sent for testing purposes as Windows 9 build 6.4.9825 sent a while ago, but there are absolutely no details right now on what’s changed in this particular version.

We reported about a rumor last month in which there is a possibility that Microsoft might offer a special edition Windows targeted towards enterprise that will allow users to disable Start screen completely. Also, depending upon the device in which Windows is installed, the Start screen/Start menu option will vary. For example, desktop users can completely avoid Start screen with the help of the upcoming Start Menu which will include Live Tiles and windowing of Modern UI apps.

windows 9 upgrade will cost $ 20

It's fair to say that Windows 8 has not been a universal success. In many ways a necessary step not terribly well executed, Windows 8's attempt to stitch together desktop and mobile has been way too radical to encourage new users.

Windows 9, the new version of the most popular operating systems for PCs in the world, is getting closer and closer: Microsoft is said to be ready to launch Windows 9 at the end of next month, with a beta / preview download available on a date soon after. Code named Threshold, the new operating system is expected to finally fix our gripes with Windows.

Now again WZOR published some new details about the next version of Windows.According to the leak, Microsoft does not abandon the idea of ​​making the upgrade to Windows 9 for free for Windows 8 users. they said that windows 9 upgrade will cost $ 20.

Windows 9 will btring other features according WZOR, including the support of 3D and Ultra HDTV technology and creating backups and restore data via cloud storage.

Cloud-Based Backup Features for windows 9

 Microsoft is still busy readying its upcoming technology preview of Windows 9, but details continue to emerge about the company's plans for the future of Windows.
According to new Windows 9 leaks and rumors, it seems we could be in for some dramatic changes by the time the first public preview of Windows 9 rolls around (probably on September 30).
Windows 9 can’t come soon enough for those who despise Windows 8 and never warmed up to the Metro interface. It’s slated to arrive early next spring, and here’s the kicker: it will be a free upgrade for many, and as cheap as $20 for others.
Surface 2 buyers and other Windows RT tablet owners may be left out of the fun when Microsoft reveals Windows Threshold (a.k.a. Windows 9) at the end of September, as the tipped release is said to be for PCs and tablets built around traditional x86 processors alone, according to a recent report.
Today again new rumor says that a great feature that Microsoft might be implementing in this particular operating system is the ability to back up files right in the cloud.

To be honest we still don't know if we will be creating a backup and restoring files from the cloud will be possible in Windows 9 and such an option pretty much makes sense, especially since OneDrive is already integrated in the operating system.

Windows 9 to be free for Windows 7 and 8.1 Users


A new rumor again claims that Microsoft might offer "Threshold", the next major version of its Windows OS, as a free update for Windows 7 PC owners in addition to those folks that already have Windows 8.1 installed on their systems.

Rumored features in Windows 9 include a new Start menu, and Metro apps that can run in windowed mode in the classic desktop UI. Though Microsoft hasn’t announced Windows 9 yet, rumors indicate that Redmond’s next big desktop OS could land sometime in Spring 2015 – with the release of a free, public beta as early as this fall.

According to data tracked by Net Applications (see chart), the desktop market shares of Windows 8.1 (red) and Windows 8 (yellow) have declined and stayed flat since September. The market share of Windows 8.1 actually regressed a little from 6.61 percent in June to 6.56 percent in July, according to the data

Windows Threshold ARM preview coming soon for tablets and phones

Windows 8 was supposed to finally unify the computing experience, bringing tablets and PCs together with Microsoft’s modern UI at its core. To say that hasn’t worked out would be a grotesque understatement. Consumers by and large have either avoided Windows 8 or managed to put up with its tablet-oriented feature set while grumbling to anyone who will listen. In response, Microsoft is accelerating its release cycle, and sources now say the first technical preview of Windows 9 (codenamed Threshold) will be out in late September or early October.

Today a new rumor from ZDNet's Mary Jo Foley claims that Microsoft will release a preview version of "Threshold", the next version of Windows, sometime in early 2015 for ARM processors, and it will run on Windows Phone devices along with certain tablets like the Surface 2.ARM version of Threshold will be made available sometime in January or February of 2015, a few months after the first preview build of the x86 version of the OS will reportedly be released by Microsoft.

Technical Preview for Enterprise is the new name of Windows Threshold

  Windows Threshold "windows 9" is the most talked topic in the technological sphere as the day of its release is approaching. and according to Windows leaker WZor, Windows 9 is scheduled to reach RTM by December 31, which could be a sign that the new operating system might actually see daylight before April 2015.

New Report says that Microsoft is planning to release Windows 9 Technical Preview for Enterprise late next month. This report is in line with last week’s report from The Verge that Microsoft is planning to preview Windows 9 in a press event on September 30th.

While early Windows 8 builds were called Developer Previews, the watermark is very clear in saying that these builds are for the enterprise and that it is part of a technical preview. There are a couple reasons for this, some of which we have learned recently, which ties into the upcoming release.

Windows Phone 9 will see a preview launch this December

While Microsoft has started to move away from the Start Screen for desktop PCs with Windows 8.1 Update, it appears that it will go further in the "Windows 9" release.

Windows Phone 8.1 is yet to gain traction and we already had some information regarding the upcoming Windows Phone 9 release. According to a leaked document revealing Microsoft's roadmap for 2015, the company plans to release a WP 9 Preview in Q2 or Q3 of 2015.
The final release of Windows Phone 9 is expected to be made available to compatible devices by the end of next year.

A new information has leaked today claiming that Windows Phone 9 will see a preview launch this December for developers as Windows 9 will hit the RTM ,Windows Phone 9 will include new features such as multi-window support for devices with a screen larger than 4.7 inches.

Threshold won't be called windows 9 - Rumor

It seems that we might see the newest Windows as soon as September 30 in a preview event held by Microsoft. Also, we hope you like Cortana. Details below!
With Windows 8 and now Windows 8.1, Microsoft tried – not entirely successfully – to make tablets part of a continuum that goes from number-crunching workstations and high-end gaming rigs through all-in-one touchscreen media systems and thin-and light notebooks down to slender touch tablets.

When Microsoft signaled that it would move to a more rapid release cycle for Windows code, it meant it. The coming technical preview of Windows 9 — the operating system codenamed ‘Threshold’ — could contain a rapid-upgrade feature to keep users who are stress testing the software up to date.

but today some new information's has been leaked says Threshold will ultimately be called Windows 9. Windows 9 hasn't always been the name in plan for Threshold because it was only an update for Windows 8 as it was windows 8.1, no one is sure about this but Microsoft come up a new name for the next Windows OS.

Windows 9 or whatever, once official, is also expected to dynamically fit in the device, which it runs. Users on different Windows platforms should see Windows Threshold 'differently'.

Windows 9 preview ISO file may be leaked after 15 september


Microsoft's next version of Windows, known alternatively as Windows 9 and by the code name "Threshold", is reported to be set for a public unveiling on September 30th.

Today new informations has been leaked by Russian leaker that have previously leaked Windows 7 and Windows 8 and now he said "iso of windows 9 preview may be leaked to web after 15 september" as he add to my previous post "Windows 9 will hit RTM on December 31"

The early technology preview will give developers a first look at the new mini Start Menu in Windows 9, alongside the removal of the Charms bar feature and several UI changes. Microsoft is currently compiling builds of Threshold ready for the preview that include an early version of Cortana, but it’s not clear if this particular feature will be made available as part of the technology preview.

Windows 9 will hit RTM on December 31


Microsoft is planning to release a preview build of Windows 9 at a special press event on September 30, according to sources familiar with Microsoft’s plans. The date could still change, but September 30 lines up neatly with previous leaks that suggested a late-September or early-October release date for the Windows 9 technology preview.

According to new information's from Wzor Windows 9 will hit RTM on December 31. Microsoft for whatever reason they see fit, has decided against posting Windows 9 to its developer channels and wanted to make all users wait until 30 September before they can get their hands on the OS.

It's not yet clear whether Windows 9 will actually be known as Windows 9. The operating system is currently code-named Windows Threshold, though it's highly likely that Microsoft will keep its numbering scheme with the next platform.

Windows 9 Preview to bring New OS button Update

Microsoft's Windows 9, the successor to the widely criticised Windows 8, will be unveiled on September 30th, it has been claimed.
Currently codenamed Threshold, it is expected to include a 'mini' Smart Menu and separate Windows for its controversial Metro-style 'tile' applications.Earlier this year Microsoft was forced to bring back its Start menu after users complained they were confused by its Windows 8 'tile' interface.

Today a new rumor about the next version of Windows, code named Threshold "windows 9", claims that Microsoft's current internal builds of the operating system may offer users a faster way to update the software .Users of the current version can upgrade to future builds with just one button click. The feature is built into the UI of the operating system and will not require a total re-installation of Threshold. which should make updating the OS much faster than the current Windows Update system that’s used for Windows 7 and 8/8.1.

Microsoft to unveil Windows 9 on September 30th

 Microsoft is planning to unveil its Windows 9 successor next month at a special press event. Sources familiar with Microsoft’s plans tell The Verge that the software maker is tentatively planning its press event for September 30th to detail upcoming changes to Windows as part of a release codenamed "Threshold".
Microsoft has already stated that the next version of Windows will bring back a version of the Start menu for the desktop UI that went missing with the launch of Windows 8. It will also have the ability to run Modern apps in windows on the desktop. Rumors about Threshold claim that Microsoft may do away with the Charms bar in Windows 8.

Microsoft Indicates DirectX 12 Launch with windows 9


There are strong indications that Windows 9 will be launched in spring 2015. However, there are possibilities that it may even get released a little earlier during the Christmas 2014. There can be a shift in the release date from April 2015 to Christmas 2014, but a single beta version may get released in summer 2014.

In fact, as some of you may recall, an AMD executive publicly stated a year ago that there was no “DirectX 12″ on the Microsoft roadmap. Microsoft responded to those comments by affirming that it remained committed to evolving the DirectX standard — and then said nothing more on the topic.

Note: Microsoft has not confirmed “DirectX 12″ as an actual brand name for the next-generation of DX technology. It’s used here as the most logical version number.

However, this new peace offering along with DX12 support might just be enough to win the support of the Windows 7 Community. Microsoft is ending mainstream support in 2015 anyways so now would be a good time to make the shift

Windows 9 will bring the Metro 2.0

Microsoft is expected to release Windows 9 "Metro 2.0" improvements that allow users to run Windows 8-style ("Metro") apps in separate windows on the desktop.New informatins has been released by an alleged Microsoft employee and translated by Faikee that Windows 9 is very like to come with Metro 2.0.

To distance itself from the Windows 8 snafu, Microsoft’s next major update — Threshold — will reportedly skipWindows 8.2 and jump straight to Windows 9. Windows 9 is expected to arrive in April 2015, with internal sources saying that Windows 9 will make good on many of the Windows 8 features that caused such cruel and unusual distress to Desktop users. The Start menu is expected to make its illustrious return, and you should be able to run Metro apps on the Desktop in windows. Microsoft is still on schedule to release Windows Phone 8.1 and a service/feature pack for Windows 8.1 at the Build conference in April.

Windows 9 developer preview build 9800 screenshots

There are a few thought on the Windows 9 release date. One suggests it's planned for April 2015, which would make it just under two years since Windows 8 was released. This is a reasonably safe bet for a few reasons, including Microsoft's desire to shorten the gaps between releases, and the fact the original report came from respected Microsoft reporter Paul Thurrot.

Threshold is expected to include a number of new features that are aimed at continuing to improve Windows' usability on non-touch devices and by those using mice and keyboards alongside touch.Among those features -- according to previous leaks -- are a new "mini" Start Menu; windowed Metro-Style applications that can run on the Desktop; virtual desktops; and the elimination of the Charms bar that debuted as part of Windows 8. Cortana integration with Windows Threshold is looking like it could make it into the OS, as well.

Microsoft was aiming to deliver a public preview of Threshold available to anyone interested toward the end of calendar 2014. I'm not sure if there's still a plan to make a public consumer preview available at that time or if this "technical preview" is the only "preview" Microsoft will release before Threshold is released to manufacturing.
Every now and then we come across interesting design concepts by independent designers around the world. KrazyWahine is also one such designer made this windows 9 concept.
Check Out This Windows 9 developer preview build 9800 screenshots Design Concept.

Microsoft has taken down the August Update because of some issues

Microsoft has released the 'August Update' for Windows 8.1 which will be part of a new monthly release cycle that will bring minor enhancements to the OS.The new Windows 8.1 update is part of the company’s regular Patch Tuesday rollout, and it’s currently available as a manual download to both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows 8.1.

Microsoft has now taken down the download links because is has acknowledged a few issues, such as inaccurate rendering of fonts, inability to recognize fonts residing in a location other than the default fonts directory, as well as a system crash that is leaving users with a 0x50 Stop error message.

For improper rendering of fonts, the company is now asking users to uninstall several update files.

So just Find and uninstall any of the following update that are currently installed:
  • KB2982791
  • KB2970228
  • KB2975719
  • KB2975331

Windows 9 hot news

Microsoft could be shipping a preview release of the next major version of Windows—codenamed "Threshold" and expected to be named "Windows 9"—in either late September or early October, the preview will be widely available to anyone who wants to install it.

This technical preview of Windows 9 wouldn’t be the final version of the operating system upgrade. But, anyone who is comfortable with trying pre-release software will be able to download the update to their Windows PCs, reportedly. the outlet is also pegging a final release of Windows 9/Windows Threshold for early next year.

Windows 9 will be an operating system that will be aimed at every single device, be it a PC, a tablet, or a smartphone, so no matter which industry business goes well, Microsoft wants to take the lion’s share in every sector.

Microsoft to launch Windows 9 technical Preview late September

Microsoft is expected to deliver an early preview version of Windows Threshold next month, the codename for what will likely be named Windows 9. The software maker has been gradually working on the release over the past several months,in either late September or early October, according to sources speaking to ZDNet's Mary Jo Foley. The preview will be widely available to anyone who wants to install it.

We've already heard whispers of what Windows Threshold will include, such as the return of the Start menu, Metro apps running in desktop, and axing the Charms menu. What "technical preview" really entails is up to interpretation, though it seems to suggest an early look for developers.

Windows 9 cloud computing based Operating System

It would be fair to say that Windows 8 met with a rather lukewarm critical response. The latest Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) operating system was widely criticized for removing some of its most familiar features, most notably the ‘Start’ menu, and it was only a matter of time before Microsoft disowned it and released a replacement. Thus, it’s not surprising that Windows 9 is already seemingly on the horizon, according to recent leaks.

Cloud computing isn’t new exactly, and Windows 8 hasn’t brought us something totally revolutionary in terms of cloud computing, but it does push us a few steps closer to a new world of computing by making cloud computing the basis of Windows 8. What is this “cloud computing”, you may wonder? It’s relatively straightforward. Typically you save files like documents and pictures on your hard drive. Or perhaps a flash drive and windows 8's cloud services go beyond just SkyDrive storage. Signing into a Microsoft account on different machines lets you "roam," or sync, all your PC settings, such as the lock screen image, user photo, start screen "tattoos," browser favorites and history, spell check dictionaries, Explorer settings, mouse settings, and accessibility settings.

With Microsoft skipping Windows 8.2, the main motive behind this is to skip on the tile based operating system, which failed dramatically due to certain reasons, and to work on the upcoming technology like cloud computing. Microsoft sees its future in the cloud computing based operating system and so is taking huge steps forward in developing this technology to achieve maximum success through it.

Windows 9 Personalize concept

Windows 8.1 is here, but unfortunately for some users, it brings almost no visual improvements, except for a Start button that doesn’t do anything else than taking them to the Start screen.

Users who hoped to see an improvement in the way Windows looks like have now turned their attention to Windows 9, the upcoming full version of the operating system that’s expected to be launched next year.

Windows 9 will feature the modern taskbar and will be placed on the left side of the screen, which allows you to control both the Modern and the desktop apps. Windows 9 is expected to merge the Modern UI and the Desktop to allow the users to launch the apps without accessing the start screen. This will clearly come in handy for everyone.

While Microsoft offered a decent range of Start screen personalization capabilities in the original shipping version of Windows 8, it has dramatically improved things in Windows 8.1,but with this concept its seems more better and pretty. offering a truly customizable experience. In this release, We have more background and accent colors, and Start screen tattoos. Including some new animated options. And beyond that, there are some less obvious improvements you should be aware of.