Microsoft currently refers to what we'll call Windows 9 as Windows Threshold or Windows X internally.
Microsoft’s invite-only event in San Francisco, scheduled for next week, is going to give us the first official look at the future of Windows which the company is currently preparing for. We aren’t completely strange to this upcoming release because we have seen a couple of leaks which have unearthed features and changes in the Threshold. Majority of people are referring to this as Windows 9 but this could quite possibly be called just "Windows."
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Microsoft at present alludes to what we'll call Windows 9 as Windows Threshold or Windows X inside. The Windows X moniker is likely a placeholder and not last naming, yet a tweet jokingly yesterday from myself and individual Microsoft watcher and Zdnet correspondent Mary Jo Foley created a shock reaction from Windows boss Terry Myerson.
"Regardless we're choosing, yet much obliged concerning your vote" clowned Myerson, close by a picture of him covering his lips to copy our unique "ssh" Tweet. There's even a Pixelsense Microsoft show out of sight, and Myerson is warily darkening the end of a Windows logo, just to keep everybody speculating.
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