San Francisco: Microsoft said on Monday Windows 8 will be available to consumers in late October as part of the software giant's effort to ramp up its operating system for a variety of devices.
The announcement came at Microsoft's annual Worldwide Partner Conference in Toronto.
Communications manager Brandon LeBlanc said the company "confirmed that Windows 8 is on track to release to manufacturing (RTM) the first week of August" and "will reach general availability by the end of October."
Windows 8 will be available in 109 languages across 231 markets worldwide, he noted.


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