Looks like Microsoft is hard at work on improving Windows 8 because we have some confirmed Windows Blue Photo Leaks. This is build 9374 (which has been leaked on the net). From the looks of it Microsoft is making great improvements. Lets hope we get the start button back like the rumors have stated. Enjoy the pictures and post what you think of the new improvements made so far in the comments below. Leaked Photos of 9374

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  1. So they were hard at work on what exactly? All I see are screen shots that show they updated the log in and a few things on the settings menu. How hard was that? If this is the change that blue brings then I would call this hardly working and not working hard…

    • Be that as it may Matt, I’ll tell you one department at Microsoft that is indeed working very hard and generating results prolifically, their Android shakedown operations err.. their intellectual property defense team.

      That’s a lot of screenshots, someone put some time into that.

  2. Yeah… becasue going after companies (*ahem*google) who like to take from them is just wrong. I mean, it’s way worse than actually taking stuff to begin with.


    • By the way Sean, so if Google stole from Microsoft as you said, what would you call Microsoft blatantly copying Google’s Search behavior for Bing? Justifiable retaliation?

      Or are you like the others here who deny that they did it, or concede that they did it but inadvertently? An extraordinary coincidence maybe?

      • Really Simmons, you ass clown, you’re going to play the Bing sting card again? What’s next in your playbook, asking him to name which patents Android violates, and then go on some rant about how they’re bullshit etc, maybe linking one of your old dumb articles which no one will click?

        Just give it a rest man, you’re only digging your ditch deeper. You’re a hack, maybe there’s nothing to be done about it, maybe you were just born with a bag used for douching in your hand, I don’t know.

        Microsoft, as much as you refuse to accept it, is working hard to innovate in many areas at once, and it’s showing. This is the direction they have been accelerating toward very visibly. I prefer Apple products myself but at least I am man enough to give credit where it’s due.

        Punk ass hussy.

        Hey what up Herg, I think I used one of your cabs back in my pre-iPhone days. Well no kidding, blownfuze.org is still up, you’re mentioned several times Herg, in case you want some nostalgia.

  3. First and foremost, maybe google should have actually checked the programming of android when the bought it, that way they wouldn’t be leaving all their OEM’s hanging when it comes time to pay up.
    Or wait… maybe they DID, and that’s why they are some how exonerated from it, while the OEM’s are left hanging?

    As far as the Bing stuff, dude if MS copied them and continued to use it then that’s pretty foul so by all means tap their pockets. It’s all part of the innovation game… I innovate, you want it, you pay for it. Right?
    If nobody is actually paying google, well maybe it’s because they aren’t innovating. MS is paying shat loads for infringements if/when they do it. So should they not go after google, or whoever wants to buddy up to google?

    You can’t possibly be so much of an google-apologist that you expect other companies (rivals or not) to just ignore their transgressions, could you?

  4. Never thought I’d hear whodis?!? uttering good words toward Microsoft. I still just want to see more of this update before we start talking about hard work. Can anyone cite anything they’ve actually done other than this start button bull shit? If you can, please enlighten me.

  5. L-O-farking-L!!!

    You really need patent numbers to believe it? I don’t know, nor have I ever memorized patent numbers. But Apparently MS lawyers have, and their pretty much beating android OEM’s upside the head with them every chance they get.

    • So, you say they’re stealing and getting sued, I want to know what are these intellectual properties, one or two examples (even said please), to try to understand. For some reason no one here has any idea what any of these patents are. You find that funny, I find it intriguing. With Apple and Samsung we all know, rectangles and pinch to zoom. Some know those patents in detail. Here, still a big mystery. Yet we’re all revved up about it without even knowing something so basic, the premises of these accusations of theft, namely what is being stolen. All you’ve got is some where there’s smoke shit Sean? Please give me a couple patents in one of these Android OEM cases or at least offer a guess as to why you can’t do that.

  6. Oh I’m sorry Simmons, I must be wrong here… there are none. And the licensing agreements android OEM’s sign with Microsoft are simply… well, simply beccause they like doing business with microsoft.

    Or better yet, e-mail thier lawyers to find out.

  7. Wait, there’s more! This is clearer and easier to understand.

    The part I find ironic is Schmidt’s take on it,
    “Patent wars prevent choice, prevent innovation and I think that is very bad. We are obviously working through that and trying to make sure we stay on the right side of these issues. So ultimately Google stands for innovation as opposed to patent wars.”
    Well, if innovation was what mattered most then they wouldn’t be in this mess, right? Not saying they don’t inovate at all, but apparently they just don’t do it enough. And if “patent wars” is not their thing then why did they buy Motorola??

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