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Microsoft prepping Windows 8 follow-ups

Microsoft prepping Windows 8 follow-ups

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The sticker gunk is barely off all those fresh new copies of Windows 8 being shipped and downloaded all over the world but Microsoft is reportedly already deep in the development cycle for its new operating system's successor. That's not totally surprising—after all, the software giant didn't get to where it is by sitting around twiddling its thumbs. More intriguing is the word trickling out of Redmond that Microsoft is implementing a whole new approach to...



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