Microsoft has released a major software update to its Windows 8 operating system.

The new version of the operating system is called Windows 8.

The software has been available for download for more than a month and the company has said it will roll it out to all Windows 8 users in the coming days.

The new version is the first major update to Windows since Windows 8 was introduced in 2015.

Windows 8, released with Windows 8 in 2015, is the default OS for Microsoft’s consumer and enterprise business devices.

Microsoft has since added Windows 8 Pro and Windows 8 Enterprise to the platform.

Windows 8.x brings some changes to the OS.

Windows now runs at a much lower resolution, which is a move that Microsoft says will help it keep up with the growth of the internet.

It also adds a feature called the Metro interface that makes it easier to navigate apps, make changes to Windows settings and access other features, and allows users to access their email and social media accounts.

The updated Windows 8 includes a new look for the Start menu, which now uses the blue colour scheme from Windows 8 and its desktop environment.

Windows 7.x, which was released in July, was also updated to the new Windows 8 version.

Microsoft is still working on making Windows 7.2 the final release of the OS, but that is unlikely to happen until sometime in the next two years.

Windows 7 is one of the few major updates to the operating systems since Windows 7 was introduced more than five years ago.

Windows 10 is an operating system for Windows PCs that’s being rolled out to millions of customers worldwide.

Microsoft’s version of Windows 10 will include a new UI and new features such as Cortana, the new search feature and Cortana Hub, a cloud-based chat service.