Windows chief Julie Larson-Green announced at the Wired Business Conference on Tuesday that Microsoft will release a preview of Windows 8.1 — also known as Windows Blue — at the end of June, ZDNet reported. The executive said that the company will release the preview at its Build developers conference that is scheduled to take place on June 26th in San Francisco. Microsoft previously confirmed that it plans to release the next version of the Windows operating system by the holiday season. Windows Blue is very likely to incorporate a lot of user feedback from Windows 8, which has proven to be a polarizing operating system that many users have complained lacks the intuitiveness of earlier Windows versions.

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