The software giant has been working in this new update for about 10 months and it’s including tons of small changes that makes it feel like a full-blown upgrade. Among all the new features and improvements users will get Internet Explorer 11 featuring a new F12 development tool, unlimited tabs without affecting performance, a new Reading View to declutter web pages and make them look like articles you’ll see in the Bing News app. And the company is also bundling the OS with new and updated apps, such as Mail, which has been redesigned and now features a blue theme. Skype is a new app that comes pre-installed and replaces the old messaging app. People and Calendar are also getting to touches, and the software giant is including a Help + Tips app to aid users getting started with the new operating system. SEE ALSO: Apps and services bundled in Windows 8.1, Skype is also included Although latest version of Windows 8.1 build 9600 already leaked (at least the Chinese Enterprise x64 version) in many file sharing websites, Microsoft noted that is limiting access to the final version to OEMs partners, and this time around MSDN and TechNet subscribers will have to wait like everyone else. Source The Verge All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.