Windows 8 is Set to Overhaul - Windows 9 Codenamed ‘Threshold’ Releasing Next Year

After the successful release of Windows 8 and handful upgrades to Windows 8.1, this time Microsoft has reportedly planning something big to announce at Build 2014 Developer conference. As per the news report, it’ll be the release of Windows 9 codenamed “Threshold”, somewhere in April, 2015. The Microsoft very next OS after Windows 8.1 update 1 which will release this year in April.



With not so expected success of Windows 8, Microsoft still managed to sell over 90 Millions of license keys worldwide and raises their net profit for up to 13.5 % as compare to their previous quarter. This clearly indicates that users are interested in Microsoft upgrades and releases even if they weren't fully comfortable with it. 

What will be possibly included?

Microsoft vision is to release the advanced computer operating system with high end tiles and Metro 2.0 introduction which might lower the criticisms that Microsoft has faced after releasing the most recent operating system i.e. Windows 8. Rumors around the tech world were also loud about the addition of start button will be a big hit for company and might turns rumors into appraises.  

Besides this, there are number of changes that might rolled out before the final release of Window 9. These changes will completely overhaul Window 8 and leaves no traces of their previous pitfalls. The company is in no mood to sacrifices with anymore criticism whatsoever.

What we actually thinks about this release
According to a news report, Microsoft will release three pre-release versions of Windows 9 for users and developer to test. However, it’s still unclear that how many versions will be actually available for users to explore when Windows 9 is going under development. 
Build 2014 developer conference this year in April might bring some exciting changes and noticeable improvements on which, the company success lies. The company is not comfortable with announcing any updates till now but have high chances of revealing its vision in Build conference.