If you're into Windows, get ready for October. That is when the next version of Microsoft's Windows operating system will go on sale.
The company has announced the time frame for the release of Windows 8 - but hasn't specified a day when the software will go on sale. Most industry analysts expected Windows 8 would go on sale in the fall to make sure that machines running on the operating system would be available for the holiday shopping season.
Consumers and businesses who don't want to buy new computers will be able to buy Windows 8 and upgrade their systems.
New versions of Windows typically come out every three years - but this update is the most widely anticipated overhaul of the software since 1995.
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