Microsoft has given Computex show attendents the first official glimpse of its up-coming Windows 8.1 update during the company’s keynote address.
The demo is the first look at the preview released that will go live on June 26. At the same briefing, Microsoft also announced that Outlook 2013 RT edition will be coming to RT devices as part of its Windows 8.1 release as well.
The company also made the announcement via its Windows blog.
You can see the demo at the jump.
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