Microsoft Windows chief Julie Larson-Green confirmed at the Wired Business Conference today that developers will be able to download and install the Windows Blue update preview in late June.

This will coincide with the company’s BUILD developer conference.

The update will be “available to everyone that has Windows 8 in the Windows 8 store,” she noted to Wired senior editor Michael Copeland. “Just click on it like you would any app and it’ll update your system.”

Source: Windows Blue

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