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Windows 8.1 Rollout with Updated Apps

The long-awaited Windows 8.1 operating system is to be made obtainable today for those who’ve plucky the tile-based madness of Microsoft’s newest operating system. And, as is exasperatingly customary with such things, it means almost every Microsoft-built Windows app will be receiving an update. That includes the whole thing from the Mail, Calendar and People apps right down to the optional ones like SmartGlass. For the most part, they’re just performance advances, with the apps firing up faster under the new Windows construct, but some include extra features. Fresh Paint for case in point now lets you paint freshly with watercolor brushes. Microsoft is revising all of its built-in Windows 8.1 apps in advance of the operating system's release later today. Updates are available right away in the Windows Store for those using the final version of Windows 8.1, and they become visible to be mainly performance-related changes. Microsoft's Xbox Music app currently launches a lot faster and includes upgrading to the various Snap Views within the app. Mail, Calendar, and People have also been simplified, but there’s no important visual change to report.

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