July 1, 2014
There are three versions: one for desktops and laptops; another for computers convertible into tablets, and the third for smartphones and tablets (Windows Phone devices with ARM processors and even Atom-based tablets).
The desktop and laptop version will have the default start menu and will be able to work with older 32-bit Windows-based applications. In contrast, the convertible version will facilitate rapid switching between the Metro-style interface (mainly touch) and the windowed mode, depending on whether the keyboard is connected or not.
And the version for smartphones and tablets will lack the windows environment designed for desktop, although it will be able to run applications side by side.
via The preview version of Windows 9 is coming out this year – tuexperto.com.
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