It looks like we have another Windows 8.1 leak on our hands, this time in the 32l-bit architecture. The build in question is 9385, which has been making the rounds via screenshots for the past few days. Differences between the last leaked build of 9374 and 9385 are probably small, as these recent builds seem to be fixing the operating system of bugs and making it more consumer friendly.
Of course, we are yet to confirm this leak as legitimate, we also don’t recommend downloading any unfinished software. So far, it seems build 9385 includes a renamed Kiosk Mode, Lock screen Alarms, IE11 developer improvements and more. As per usual, we will be doing a video walkthrough of the OS when we get our hands on it.
And remember, posting download links in the comments is strictly prohibited nor will we be providing any download links. Just remember, Microsoft is expected to showcase a preview build of Windows 8.1 at Build 2013 in June.
Microsoft, Windows 8