UpdatedMicrosoft's annual developer conference is a wrap so here's a look at the highlights from this Windows 8.1 shindig.
A collection of leaked screenshots show that Windows 8.1 is shaping up nicely, with Xbox Music getting a decent overhaul.
UpdatedImages and informants point to some changes afoot with Windows 8.1, including the return of an old favorite.
Microsoft has confirmed that Windows Blue will arrive with the 8.1 name, but it's free of charge so we're not blue at all.
Microsoft is listening to OEMs and critics alike, Acer's head says, and he's optimistic about Blue.
Microsoft's corporate vice president said the return of the infamous Windows Start button is a definite possibility.
UpdatedThe Windows 8.1 update has been confirmed for a 2013 release, and a public preview will be available at the end of June.