Yes, although in truth the new Microsoft Windows 9 will be released in early 2015, they had to launch the Windows 9 'Preview Version' to be tested in several companies. Inevitably, some sites such as Computer Base and WinFuture already showing off screen shots of the successor to Windows 8.1, Liliputing (11/09).
As predicted, the 'Start Menu' which has long disappeared (from Windows 8) finally back with a new look. At first glance the design concept of the desktop version of Windows 9 is similar to Windows 7 with little to bring some elements of Windows 8.
But Microsoft is not entirely forgotten Windows 8, because when I click on the Start Menu button will appear 'live tiles' in addition to the suite of applications that frequently open. The design was still carrying the 'Metro-style' typical Windows 8 you can find boxes for shortcuts to email, calendar, and news channel.
Microsoft this time also looks slightly mimic the concept of belonging to a virtual desktop Linux OS which is located next to the search option (symbolized by a magnifying glass). Now Windows 9 users can create multiple pages of new work that contains specific applications in each of his website. For example, users can create a special page for entertainment or work, and move from one page to another with ease similar to the concept of dual monitors.
It is not certain whether the Windows 9 will visit the tablets or tablet hybrid which has also been produced by Microsoft.