The recently released operating system Windows 8.1 is a thing of the past. Microsoft is attentively monitoring the reviews for this version and the company has already started to create a list of changes that will appear in the new Windows 8.2. We’re intriducing you the most interesting features of the upcoming Windows 8.2 operating system.
One of the main features (and a major disappointment) of the Windows 8.1 operating system was the “Start” button return, which users had asked for so long. Surely, Microsoft has fulfilled its propise, but did it in its own way: pressing the left button now takes the user to the start Metro screen. And to open the familiar “Start” menu you have to make a right click on it . It is expected that the new Windows 8.2 will habe what we want to see it – the “Start” menu opening by pressing the left mouse button and the menu having a familiar look.
It is assumed that the Windows 8.2 update will be released in January 2014. This stems from the huge amount of bugs in the current version. Let’s remind that Microsoft even had to remove from its Windows 8.1 RT version from the App Store due to the fact that it was working incorrectly.
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Just like Windows 8.1, the new Windows 8.2 version will be a free update. It is a positive trend which is popular with users.
Internet Explorer browser
As you remember, in Windows 8.1 Microsoft introduced a new version of Internet Explorer 11, which looks no different from the previous version. However, Windows 8.2 will get the following modification of the browser, in which Microsoft will present its latest developments in the speed of loading pages increase.
The new version of Windows 8.2 Microsoft will restore the File Explorer library by default. Yes, it can be incorporated in the current version of the operating system, but Microsoft tech support has been written so many questions about where it can be configured in, so Redmond decided to show the File Explorer by default.