Microsoft to reveal Windows 9 on September 30

Microsoft is planning to unveil the successor to Windows 8 at a special press event on September 30 according to technology news site, The Verge. The source suggests that there may some slight fluctuation in this date.

By Alex Choros

Microsoft is planning to unveil the successor to Windows 8 at a special press event on September 30 according to technology news site, The Verge. The source suggests that there may some slight fluctuation in this date.

In addition to officially unveiling new features such as the mini Start Menu, the removal of the Charms bar and a desktop version of Cortana, Microsoft are set to release a preview version of Windows 9 for both developers and enthusiasts.

Microsoft is also building a separate operating system that combines Windows RT and Windows Phone, which may also be discussed at the event.

Here are five features we'd like to see in Microsoft's latest and (hopefully) greatest.

Source: The Verge

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