In all, the redesign and tweaks Microsoft has showed off are neither new nor revolutionary. But they represent some pretty, cosmetic upgrades, and there's no reason that they shouldn't be well received. Remember, the preview version of Windows 8.1 rolls out on June 26.
ZDNet reports that users will have the option to upgrade to Windows 8.1 via the Windows Store; however, if you do, you'll also need to reinstall all of your Desktop apps once you move to the final, RTM build.
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