The whole world for sure die-heartedly waiting for Windows 8 operating system, but Intel’s CEO Paul Otellini has reportedly told staff that Microsoft’s Windows 8 OS will be released before it’s ready, reports Bloomberg citing sources who attended a private company event at Intel.
The chipmaker has been working with Microsoft for quite long for its latest operating system, but the CEO says the tech giant will certainly make improvements to its Windows 8 once it ships. Earlier, also there are words that Microsoft being working on to improve a number of the features in the Windows 8 Start Screen interface to remove the dependencies that Windows 8 having while on the desktop mode.
Intel on this has issues a statement to The Verge that say, “Our internal employee meetings are private and we don’t disclose details on what may or may not have been said,” says a spokesperson. “We continue to see Windows 8 as a significant opportunity across the board and are excited at our prospects in new form factors like Ultrabooks, tablets and convertibles.”
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Update: Intel denies CEO Paul Otellini statement that Windows 8 will be released before it’s ready.