Windows 8 will launch on October 26, but since it’s already available for MSDN and TechNet subscribers, as well as through a free trial, it almost feels as though it’s out already. Before it officially puts its latest masterpiece into the hands of mainstream users, however, Microsoft will update virtually all of the built-in Metro-style apps that ship with the new operating system. These include SkyDrive, Mail, Calendar, People, Photos, Bing, Maps, News, Weather, Travel, Video, Music, Games and Finance (yes – Microsoft ships a lot of built-in apps with Windows 8). Read the full story at TechCrunch.
Microsoft Announces Updates For Virtually All Of Its Built-In Windows 8 Apps
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