The next iteration of Windows 8, currently codenamed Windows Blue, is in development, and thanks to a new leak we have some clue of the features we can look forward to.

Build 9364 of Windows Blue has shown up on file sharing sites and those souls brave enough to install the file have discovered that it does indeed appear to be the real deal. Some of the new features that have been discovered thus far is the ability to customize your start page tiles more, the ability to run two apps side-by-side with identical widths, deeper integration for the SkyDrive cloud service, Internet Explorer 11 and a host of other small tweaks and refinements.

As this is not an official release of Windows Blue, installing is not for the faint of heart, and it is sure to have some instabilities as most software does at this point in time. We suggest proceeding with caution, or else just sit back and enjoy the numerous screen shots that are sure to appear in the coming days and get just a taste of what we can expect when this version is released.

No release date has been announced as of yet for this update.