Non-Volatile Memory Host Controller Interface

Everything you need to know about Windows 8.1: Features, Upgrades and FAQs

Microsoft’s Windows division’s CMO Tami Reller yesterday announced that the much talked about update to the Windows 8 software  launched last October, code-named “Blue,” will be called  Windows 8.1. The announcement was made during a speech at J.P. Morgan’s Global Technology, Media and Telecom Conference, Boston. Available for download for free for existing Windows 8 users, Windows 8.1 will supposedly have significant changes and not mere ‘frequent fixes’ that Windows 8 OS has had 739 times so far. “Windows 8.1 will be delivered as a free update to Windows 8 and to Windows RT and it will be easy to get right from the Windows start screen through the app store,” said Tami Reller. Revealing sparse details about more  features, and putting...

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