Thursday, February 24, 2011

Windows 8 might be released earlier than expected

The launch of a new operating system from Microsoft is often accompanied by rumors, silences and contradictions. Until there is an official statement, any "progress" no longer a speculation that has to be taken with all types of reservations.

A leak in the roadmap development program indicates that the new version of Windows could advance its launch in several months. The assumption is based, because the version "Milestone 2 (M2) was completed in five months.

If M3, which apparently began this week, takes place at the same rate, the stages of coding, integration, error correction and closure would be completed in late July. This would have the first beta in time for the Professional Developers Conference, to be held in September.

In addition, Microsoft has declined to comment other filtration on Dell's roadmap, which they say could have a tablet with Windows 8, as a demonstration to mark the CES (Consumer Electronic Show) to hold between 10 and 13 January 2012.

In any case, it appears that if the first beta is ready in September and the forecast is that there is a second release candidate and later, in mid-2012 could be the final list. This forecast is not crazy, because a breakthrough as it has already happened in the release of Windows 7.

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