So, here is Windows 8 Release Preview, coming exactly after the Consumer Preview and Developer Preview. What the new features? A trio of new apps, a “Flip ahead” browser gesture, Flash support and a few of the updated multi-monitor features. Wikipedia and Box.net are also jumping to debut apps in the Windows Store, thanks to the operating system now being available in 13 languages. Also welcomed is are performance and stability fixes, along with smaller tweaks like being able to pin stocks to the Start screen. Microsoft also made note of the $14.99 upgrade price for those who buy select PCs starting June 2nd.
For those of you who are currently on the Consumer Preview, just do a clean install to upgrade, which means unless a user account is tied to a Microsoft ID you’re going to lose your personal settings. That being said, check out the source link for the full release notes. Via: Microsoft