Windows 8.1 build 9369 is a file Manager with integrated access to SkyDrive and other changes
On different popular sites for sharing files on the days there is another build of Windows 8.1, which allowed us to learn a few other things that will bring the next update of the operating system. Windows Blue build 9369 is a bit more stable, includes a few tweaks, but overall changes (at least visible) not so much.
In the past Microsoft has said that a future version of Windows will take less disk space. Installing build 9369 I found that it takes on the disk is 4 GB smaller than the build 9364. The difference is small, but users of SSDs will appreciate.
Blue Windows uses the NTFS file system, however the new update is support for ReFS. For those who are not aware, Microsoft is working on a new fault-tolerant file system. It was introduced in 2012 and there were rumors that Windows 8 will work under ReFS, but Microsoft decided to wait. However, the new file system is already present in Windows Server 2012.
Unlike the previous leak, build 9369 adds more enhancements to work with the Metro interface. For example, in the lower left corner of the screen has a button for access to all applications. Also, there are new filters that allow users to browse apps by install date and most used.
We have already heard that Microsoft is working on a file Manager with the Metro interface, and build 9369 it already is. Curious, but for file Manager uses the logo of SkyDrive. Most likely, the software giant is developing a single application to access local files and files on SkyDrive.
As you can see, this Assembly cannot boast a long list of noticeable changes, but it should be noted that in the PC settings there are sections that are not active yet, so in future builds we will definitely see new options. In build 9369, you will not find the «start» button and the ability to download the desktop» table, however, the company continues to improve Windows 8.1 and it is possible that this is all we will see in the public version, which is expected to be released at the developers conference in late June.