Some of the leaked screenshots and videos of an early build of Threshold that made their way to the Internet earlier this week.show a "Storage Sense" listing in the PC settings. Assuming the screenshots and videos are not fakes, it would appear that Microsoft is trying to merge at least some of its Windows Phone 8.1 features into Windows 9.
Keep in mind that even if the screenshots and videos are accurate, Microsoft could still remove features like Storage Sense from the final version of Threshold. That launch expected to happen in the spring of 2015, to be preceded by a public technical preview that could launch in late September or early October.
What do you think about Microsoft maybe adding Storage Sense to Windows 9-Threshold?
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