Been following the Windows 8.1 Update 1 development? Can’t wait to get your hands on the final version? Well you’re in luck, bud, because you might be able to get access to it next month.
Late next month, yeah, but you get the drift.
If you are not the type that was thrilled with the recent gossip that Microsoft was ready to launch Update 1 on the fine sunny morning of April 1, then you just be able to get your hands on the final ISO in just around three weeks — provided it is made available for download.
The fascinating old WZor is back with another interesting bit of positive news.
According to the famous leaker of information and software, Windows 8.1 Update 1 is on track to be made available for MSDN subscribes in late March. The official ISO could leak out soon after that.
BUILD 2014 actually starts on April 2, and Microsoft would want to get this new version of Windows out the door by a full day before that, in order for attendees to have a chance of trying out the new operating system and communicating directly with the software titan on any improvements.
As far as leaks are concerned, a couple of early builds of Windows 8.1 Update 1 are already available in the ISO or MSU formats. This is a rumor for now, but soon you might be able to try out the final flavor.