Microsoft has already started work on the next Windows iteration, apparently codenamed Windows 9.

James Akrigg, Microsoft’s head of technology for partners, confirmed at Misco Expo 12 in the United Kingdom that Windows 9 is the next major project to be released by his company.

His quote:

β€œIt should just work. I’m not going to say we’re going to do it [reach perfection] with Windows 8 because we’re already working on Windows 9,”

There is also speculation that Microsoft is working on a different Windows iteration called Windows Blue, but that is rumored to be tweaks or improvements to Windows 8.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/jpdeveau Jason Deveau

    Blue is probably 8 SP1

  • alihms

    Isn’t it detrimental to announce Windows 9 development now, when Windows 8 is just barely out of the door?
    Btw, to all cybersquatters! Go create windowsblueupdate.com now!!

  • Sweyn78

    *uses Linux*

  • http://twitter.com/McMad McMad

    “Blue” is probably the next step to “azure”

  • http://twitter.com/artingu Martin Gumucio

    OMG is this news?
    Also, Apple is working on another release of iOS. Remember where you heard it first.

  • amit

    whats new in this