Windows 9 (Threshold) build 9795 screenshots leak with Start Menu and more
More screenshots of Microsoft’s upcoming release of Windows Threshold (Windows 9?) have leaked onto the web. The screenshots were taken from build 9795, which was compiled on the 13th July 2014 at 6:34PM. This particular build isn’t feature complete, but does include a Start Menu along with working Modern UI applications.
The build comes from an FBL_UIP_DEV lab, which means there are other labs with even more features. These builds still look rather identical to Windows 8.1, but that doesn’t mean Microsoft haven’t begun working on these newer features.
We’ve said before that there are many different development branches for Threshold, and FBL is one of many in which help create Windows. These screenshots look legitimate, and also represent the stance of current internal development builds.
More features are expected to hit Threshold before it launches in 2015, leave us your thoughts below on todays screenshot revealings.
Further reading: Windows 9, Windows Threshold