Windows 8.1 is real, and it's coming later this year. Thus far, we've heard from Microsoft what the update will mean for consumers and Enterprise customers. Now a Microsoft developer has delivered the first video of the operating system in action.
Microsoft's Jensen Harris uploaded a four minute video today showing off some of the new features in Windows 8.1. He goes over the new customization options, the new app views and even previews the new Bing. Unfortunately, we don't get to see Internet Explorer 11. He also never uses the returning Start Button, but it is there.
If you want to try out all of this and more, the Windows 8.1 public preview will go live on June 26. It will launch to the public as a free download later this year.