Microsoft has finally confirmed that the next update for Windows RT, which will be released in September, "will improve the Start menu and lock screen". The information comes from Microsoft's official Windows 10 FAQ in a recent update.
Windows RT, which was only installed on a few devices, including Microsoft's Surface RT and Surface 2 tablets, won't be getting the full update to Windows 10. A recent report, still unconfirmed by Microsoft, claims that the Start menu that will be part of the Windows RT update will be based on the DirectUI version that was included in early Windows 10 Technical Preview builds.
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