Windows 8 build 8318

Build of Windows 8
OS family
Architecturex86, ARM32
Timebomb2013-01-15 (+281 days)
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Windows 8 build 8318 is an unleaked build of Windows 8. This build was first shown running on a Samsung Series 5 tablet/notebook convertible at Computex 2012. The ARM32 version of this build, which likely originates from a Surface RT engineering sample,[a] was supposedly uploaded to the Chinese website BetaWorld on 30 September 2019,[1] although this cannot be confirmed or refuted as the build is not publicly available.

Changes[edit | edit source]

The button controls in the Windows Aero visual style were updated to feature a flat design that is largely consistent with the Metro design language.

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BetaWorld screenshots[edit | edit source]

Engadget photo[edit | edit source]

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  1. sfudally_npc is the name of the device from which the ARM32 version originated from; the first part is short for Scott Fudally, who is the current Vice President of Surface Development at Microsoft's headquarters as of writing.

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