Microsoft announced that its Windows 8 Release Preview will be available during the first week of June, possibly after the company’s Computex keynote on June 6th. A Chinese edition of the Release Preview, however, has been circulating around the Web prior to the software’s official debut. The build reportedly includes new Metro-style Sports, Travel, and News apps, along with an updated boot screen, cursors, wallpapers and multiple monitor desktop improvements. Microsoft’s latest operating system is rumored to launch in October in three different versions, Windows 8, Windows 8 Pro and Windows RT. Earlier this year BGR reviewed Microsoft’s Windows 8 Consumer Preview.
[Via The Verge]