The first update for Windows 8.1 slated for a March release has been leaked. Understandably, the Update 1 – as it’s called – will not be as big as the move from Windows 8 to Windows 8.1 but the early build confirms improvements in the keyboard and mouse experience.
Some of the changes include a new title bar for Windows 8’s new interface apps; right clicking on Live Tiles features a menu allowing to resize, unpin, uninstall; a search and a shutdown button on the top right side of the Start page; Store apps in the desktop taskbar and more.
The latest update for Windows 8.1 is expected on March 11.
[Via The Verge]