In an event at MWC14 Microsoft gave some details about changes coming in a Windows 8.1 update “later this Spring.”
The new updates Spring focuses on three things.
1- UI changes for non-touch users.
2 – More hardware options. (Reaching low price points.) In creased flexibility in hardware requirements.
Note support for 1GB RAM and 16GB Storage – This is aimed at low cost tablets. (Possibly RT?)
RT will get the same update.
3 – Improved compatibility for education and enterprise.
In addition to about 10 minutes of information given on the above, Windows 8 statistics were shown…
40% of Windows 8 devices sold in the US are touch-enabled.