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Windows 8.1 Screenshots Leaked (Video)

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The Windows 8.1 Start Button is certainly coming, whether you like what it does or not. As for what all other things we can expect, we have for you folks leaked screenshots of redesigned Windows 8.1 applications.

The image above shows the new look for Xbox Music. You will be able to check out your collection on the side, and there are “explore” and “radio” buttons. The radio service is expected to be powered by Microsoft’s Smart DJ. Meanwhile, “explore” will reportedly show artists you might like and recently released albums.

In the video below, you can take a peek at updates which will be arriving for the news, weather, travel, finance and sports apps.

The new design for Windows Store features an application “shelf”, and there will be more text in the interface.

The Store will also finally start showing apps recommendations based on what you are searching for.

And new applications are coming including a voice recording application, a new metro styled calculator, and a good looking alarm app you see below.

So, what do you think about these updates that are coming? Will these be appealing to those who weren’t fond of Windows 8?

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9 comments

  1. Great improvements but I’m still a bit disappointed :-(

  2. Awesome. Can’t wait.

  3. Why so many Windows haters ?

  4. You can polish a turd many way’s. But in the end, it’s still a turd.

  5. Spreadsheet User

    Oh, I can’t wait for Win 8.1 to crash!

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