Microsoft has just sent invitations to the press for 'Windows 9' event on September 30 in San Francisco. To no surprise, the rumors have already cited the date.
Just as expected, Microsoft sent out invitations on Monday for what’s planned to be the future of Windows platform.
It doesn’t take a genius to guess that it will be all about the first sneak peak of Windows 9 codenamed “Threshold.”
The invite, which coyly says, “Join us to hear about what’s next for Windows and the enterprise,” revealed that the ‘Windows’ event will be held at 1 p.m. ET on September 30 in San Francisco.
It’s expected that Microsoft will release the first beta of Windows 9 at the event or soon after for early adopters. As per rumors and leaks, the Redmond developers have brought back a version of Start Menu in Windows 9. Moreover, a number of changes are also expected that includes window-ed apps, virtual desktops, notification center, storage sense, Wi-Fi sense, new flat icons and the Cortana.
For a full look at the Windows 9, check out our coverage below:
- Windows 9: Virtual Desktops, Notification Center leak in videos
- Windows 9 aka “Threshold” Build 9834: Notifications, Virtual Desktops, Start Menu, Window-ed Apps
- Microsoft China accidently tips Window 9 ahead of September 30 unveiling
- Codename “Threshold” to unify Windows ecosystem; coming spring 2015