Ex-employee of Microsoft leaks the realse date of Windows 8. Beyond that, a project maneger also reveals some details of Windows 8 in his blog. Read on to find when Windows 8 will be released.
Microsoft is on plan to release Windows 8 Operating System in July 1st, 2011, according to Chris Green, an ex-employee of Microsoft. He also
leaks that Windows Server 2012 and Office 2012 which are based on Windows 8 will also be launched in July, 2011.
It is said that since the release of Windows 7
, Microsoft group starts to work on Windows 8 OS. Windows 8 will bring suprise in many ways beyond imagination. "Windows group makes comprehensive procedure to listen to the needs of users, thus the next generation operation system differs from previous conjecture totally. " a project manager of Microsoft reveals recently.
On one hand, Microsoft will make Windows 8 an 128-bit operating system. A move to 128-bit support would be a bold move for Microsoft, but the company continues to offer a 32-bit version of the forthcoming OS.
Windows 8 will be released in July 1st, 2011
On the other hand, Microsoft aims to strengthen Anti-Piracy Skill of Windows 8 and other products. Windows 8 will develop anti-invasion mechanism and hacker checker
technique (Password Security Checker
recommended) to prevent Microsoft products from attacking and cracking by hackers.
As for the current Windows 7, if the users apply pirate version, the color of desktop background will turn to black automatically. In addition, there is watermark in desktop which reminds users of the pirate version.
Microsoft has said very little publicly about Windows 8, although on a visit to the UK earlier this week, CEO Steve Ballmer denied rumours that Windows 7 would be the last major client OS the company produced. Ballmer admitted that planning was underway on Windows 8, although it's highly unlikely that the OS will arrive until 2012 at the earliest.