The complete version of Windows 8 has leaked onto the Internet just after a day Microsoft announced the upcoming operating system available to OEM partners. The leaked data is an “N” version of Windows 8 which means it does not contain Windows Media Player. A 2004 European Union ruling assigned that Microsoft must give a copy of Windows that did not bundle the media player.
The N version of window 8 is now available across several file sharing sites. Microsoft has denied to comment on this leak, but it looks plausible at this point that someone working at an OEM partner is liable for the leak.
As we stated one day before that MSDN and TechNet customers will not be able to get their hands on the full version of Windows until August 15. This provides developers just over two months to present their paid apps for inclusion in the Windows Store.
it had been already declared that Microsoft has set a release date of October 26 for the next generation operating system. It goes just without saying that it’s likely in your best interest to wait until the OS is officially issued before making the switch.
Upgrade pricing has been settled at just $39.99 for those running legit copies of three windows such as Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7. Furthermore, if you bought a Windows 7 machine in the months leading up to Windows 8’s issue, you will be eligible to upgrade your window for just $14.99.