A well-known Microsoft blogger, Paul Thurrott, claimed that Windows 9 also referred as Threshold was to be launched by April of next year. According to him, company is willing to get out of the demented issue of redesign that was Windows 8 by purportedly isolating itself and making accessible its next rebranding as soon as possible. But a long-familiar hacker said that Windows 9 would be arriving earlier than expected.
To contradict Thurrott’s statement, well-known hacker who is also a dependable source of Microsoft leaks, WZor tweeted that the next build for manufacturers a.k.a. RTM release will be available by October 21st of this year – just after two years from initial launch of Windows 8.
Past records suggest that WZor has been a dependable and impeccable source for corporate and other rumours that surround Microsoft. Most lately he was in media because of the screen leaks and information relating to forthcoming Windows 8.1 Update 1 that is supposed to be up this April.
Original reports suggested that Microsoft is supposed to have three vital builds accessible before announcing a release to manufacturers, so the predicted October date would clinch them tight, but would be too early to say impossible. This will crystallize and clear up at this year’s BUILD 2014 event, referring Thurrott’s post latterly this month:
“But I think Windows watchers will agree that the biggest news from the show will be an announcement about Microsoft’s plans for the next major Windows version, code named ‘Threshold’.”
But as a matter of fact, a dilemma arises whether to trust a conspicuous reporter or a conspicuous hacker. We are in no state to align to WZor’s statements for sure, so we will have to be patient for morel grounded and firm footed evidence to substantiate this rumor.