previews and teases and even caught a quick glimpse of a handful of ARM-equipped Windows 8 development devices. We've reported on an upcoming Windows 8 App Store, a WP7-style Start Menu and, most recently, some super speedy boot times. All of these are part of a much bigger puzzle, one that's already promised to shake up the Windows brand, but we've yet to get a full reveal. If you ask us, it's about time Microsoft let it all hang out, but we'll just have to wait and see what happens. So keep it locked here for updates from the Anaheim Convention Center -- we promise you won't regret it.
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