Windows 9 to feature a re-designed Start menu

Microsoft have been developing its upcoming Windows 9 a.k.a Threshold for the desktop operating system. Rumors have suggested that Microsoft might give a preview of Windows 9 on September 30th. Before that we got a series of leaked images published by German websites WinFuture and Computerbase.


There are many noticeable changes in the upcoming OS which has been dubbed as Window’s 9 Threshold Build 9834 according to the leaked images. It features a re-designed start menu. The new OS will also have the ability to run apps in desktop mode. Moreover Windows 9 will also have support for virtual desktops, a standalone notification center and perhaps even a revamped Charms bar.


For quicker search Microsoft has provided a search button right next to Start menu. Rumors have also suggested that Microsoft might integrate Cortona, its digital voice assistant in Windows 9. We will get to see more new features on September 30th when Microsoft will demonstrate the preview build of the OS codenamed as ‘Threshold’.

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