By Adam Z. Lein | September 4, 2012 8:15 AM
Windows 8 has been released to manufacturing and while it’s not available for the public to purchase just yet, for all intents and purposes, it’s the final version. Sure, many of the bundled apps will see updates this fall that will take them out of beta, but the Windows 8 operating system is currently fully baked. There are a few features that are new since the Windows 8 Release Preview that we had been working with before. Mostly we’re looking at new theme changes for the start menu settings, new lock screen images, and new classic desktop theme designs, but there are certainly a few other bug fixes and refinements elsewhere in the operating system. Check out the video below to see some of the new changes that you’ll find in the final version of Windows 8 when it’s released this fall. What do you think of the new Start screen theme options?