The king returns! No, I’m not talking about the Start Menu that is primed to be back to the Windows operating system in the near future. I am referring to Wzor, the famous leaker of Microsoft news.
He (or she) probably went underground after news came out that a former Microsoft employee was arrested for leaking Windows 8 source code. It was around that time that Wzor seemed to have taken a little break. And now, after a hiatus of full month, the leaker is back.
Wzor also talks a bit about future cloud iteration of Windows — the one that has been rumored for some time now. But as far as the Start Menu is concerned, it is coming sooner, rather than later.
It is being claimed that this fan favorite feature will return this fall.
What is not clear, however, is what the update that brings the Start Menu back will be called. Redmond might decide to call it Windows 8.2, though Windows 8.1 Update 2 also seems fairly logical. Or the exact opposite, depending on how old fashioned you are with these naming schemes.
In any case, mark your calendar for autumn, folks.
This is the first semi accurate bit of information we have on this, after Microsoft revealed the big news at BUILD 2014, earlier this month. There is every chance that it will be revamped Start Menu, now that it is clear that Microsoft requires time to develop and refine this feature.
No summer, then, but we’ll take it!
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