In December, a Nokia employee named Justin Angel wrote a post on his personal blog that claimed he found a way to turn the free trial versions of Windows 8 Modern apps into their full versions without paying for them. This week, Angel is back again, this time with a new post that claims he has found what could be new features in Microsoft's upcoming free Windows 8.1 update.
The lengthy and pretty technical post states that Angel looked at the various early Windows 8.1 operating system images that have been leaked to the Internet in the past couple of months. He said he examined the WinMD files from the leaks and compared them to the same files in the Windows 8 RTM SKU.
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