Windows 8.1 is just around the corner, but details on the next full Windows releases have already started reaching the web, proving that Microsoft has indeed started work on the upcoming iterations of its operating system.
Ru-Board forum member WZOR, who previously revealed fairly accurate information on new Microsoft products, now claims that Microsoft is already developing Windows 9 and Windows 10 and itís looking into a wide array of major changes.
First of all, Windows 9, the first successor of the existing Windows 8 modern OS, is expected to hit the market sometime next year, but it wonít bring major visual updates to the existing platform. The good news is that Microsoft is working to bring back the Aero interface, but with ďsomeĒ changes.Windows 9 and Windows 10 Details LeakedThe future of Windows RT is also under consideration right now, with the same source claiming that Microsoft might actually merge RT and Windows Phone. This isnít the first time when such info makes the rounds, so there really might be some truth behind these words.
Of course, itís a lot too early to talk about either Windows 9 or Windows 10, so letís take all of these with a pinch of salt. Since Microsoft is still looking for a leader, many more changes are likely to occur until the next OS goes live.