The x86 version doesn't show any major visual changes

The x86 version doesn’t show any major visual changes

Rumor has it that Windows 8.1 / Blue build 9385 could be released for download on file-sharing websites today, but a couple of new screenshots confirm that an x86 version is also out there in the wild for testing purposes.

While no download links are available for the time being, it’s pretty clear that Microsoft is now making the final adjustments to the public beta of Windows 8.1 expected to see daylight at the BUILD developer conference in June.

No major visual changes can be spotted at this point in this new build of Windows 8.1, so Microsoft hasn’t yet implemented a Start button, even though sources familiar with the matter hinted that such an option is very likely to be launched in the next Windows release.

Windows 8.1 would probably go live in preview form in June, while the stable flavor of the operating system should see daylight two months after that.

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