Windows 8.1 Builds Archive

Even more screenshots of Windows 8.1 2014 Update

More screenshots from WZOR showing the next update to Windows 8.1 lovingly titled Windows 8.1 2014 Update: 6.3.9600.16596.WINBLUES14_GDR_LEAN.14011 4-0237. For those who don’t know, WZOR is the secretive mysterious insider who has traditionally gotten a hold of

New Windows 8.1 Update 1 Screenshots Show Modern App Pinning

Microsoft sure seems to have widely distributed one of the first builds of Windows 8.1 Update 1 to several partners for testing purposes, as another set of screenshots have surfaced online. We got our first look at

Windows 8.1 hands on preview video from WinBeta

The good folks at Winbeta took a hands on approach and made a video showing about 20 minutes of video from the upcoming Windows 8 update – Windows 8.1. In this video, they walk through some of

New Windows RT 8.1 preview video from WinBeta

Windows RT 8.1 leaked a little while ago and the folks from Winbeta did a rough test drive. Some of their observations: Changes between RT 8.1 and 8.1 on desktop, remain small, but changes are there. For

Win8China posts new screenshots of Windows 8.1 RTM

The website Win8china posted some screenshots of what they allege to be Windows 8.1 RTm. Take a look at some of them below…          

Word on the street is that Windows 8.1 has been released to manufacturing (RTM)

Paul Thurrott tweeted on August 23 that Windows 8.1 has RTM’d. Apparently the final build number from Microsoft is 9600.16384.130821-1623. In addition, Mary Jo Foley spoke to some contacts who essentially confirmed the assertion after checking with

Windows 8.1 will have more built in user guides – help and Tips

One of the big knocks against Windows 8 was the fact that it didn’t really have any comprehensive guides showing how the Operating System was meant to be used. With Windows 8.1, it seems like Microsoft is

Winbeta take a video sneak peek at Windows 8.1 build 9471

The good folks at have done a preliminary sneak peek at Windows 8.1 Build 9471 video. The video is a little rushed but the screen quality isn’t half bad. The author gives a little walkthrough around