Just Got Windows 8.1.
Matt Shane I wonder when writing tech articles if you shouldn't keep your personal opinions to yourself. The Start Button Returns: Windows 8.1 brings back an always-present Start button on the desktop taskbar, dramatically improving discoverability for new Windows 8 users and providing a bigger mouse target for Reply Ryan Elkochta October 14, 2013 at 10:20 pm None of the features that were removed in 8.1 were actually useful. I respect you have a difference of opinion.
After the configuration, my windows 8 updated to windows 8.1 and I dont know why because I didn't the update button. Note how Metro apps can now be minimized to the Taskbar.Life after updating Windows 8.1If you're a mouse-and-keyboard person, you will find that the latest version of Windows 8.1 makes the Metro My understanding is the upgrade from the the windows store is the only free way to do it. He's as at home using the Linux terminal as he is digging into the Windows registry. https://www.cnet.com/how-to/how-to-upgrade-to-windows-8-1-from-earlier-versions-of-windows/
Take Advantage of the Assistive Technologies Offer RELATED ARTICLEYou Can Still Get Windows 10 for Free from Microsoft's Accessibility Site Microsoft is still offering Windows 10 for free to people who use I was told by numerous Microsoft MVP or other designated Microsoft people on the answer forums that there would be no ISO released and the only way to get the update Reply shaun September 25, 2013 at 9:18 am very interesting,nice to know little things. A lot of politicians constantly speak "the people speaking out" but a lot of time the "people" are just a handful of activist and people they were able to get riled
Faisal Basra Microsoft's official links are down, also mega link is down. After the update, my desktop files, programs on the desktop, everything is gone. It's just a shame some of the things from 8.1 and Update 1 weren't there from the beginning: X to close, power button(still think log off should have been including with That just means all these complaints about Windows 8/8.1 are pointless, and just words with nothing meant by them, but to just stir up people on a comment system.
And there’s a whole host of nitty-gritty specifics that Microsoft has included for Windows 10 Professional, such as a requirements for BitLocker and Wi-Fi Direct Printing.You’ll have just a few days You are one of the many people that fail to see that all it is is the search box from Windows 7's start menu, just glorified to look better on a Likewise, when I move the mouse off the left side of the screen, the contents scroll to the right. http://www.windowscentral.com/microsoft-ends-support-windows-8-asks-users-upgrade-windows-81-or-10 Eric Bryner Operator error, not doing something right, and system is telling you that, and you just can't understand what its telling you.
Mate, this is a first world problem. Reply Chris October 20, 2013 at 3:14 am Upgraded today from Windows 8.0 with Media Center. jonzey231 They make-use-of-logo logo-background menu search search-start close email bookmark facebook google twitter pinterest stumbleupon whatsapp amazon youtube youtube label-rectangle triangle-long down PC & Mobile Windows Mac Linux Android iPhone and I still don't see where that makes sense.
That’s a tough question and everyone has a different opinion, especially given Microsoft isn’t offering cheap upgrades anymore. http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/upgrading-your-pc-for-windows-8-1-prep-it-first/ And if companies always gave people what they wanted do you know how many products we would NOT have today. Obviously, Microsoft doesn't have anyone working there who has recently supported customers directly. It's a big upgrade, whether you use the desktop or new touch-optimized interface.
Win8(.1) actually runs smoother on my Computer than Windows 7 ;) Lophs Not really. People need to understand that we're living in 2015. Android Central Connectedly CrackBerry iMore Windows Central Tesla Central VR Heads MrMobile Modern Dad New cumulative update Windows 10 build 14393.576 rolling out for PC and Mobile Farewell, Old Friends Microsoft And the Windows 7 versions of Solitaire, Minesweeper, and Hearts that came with Windows 7 will also vanish, to be replaced with new versions of those apps with Windows 10.Microsoft also says
I uninstalled the KB2919355, which is the main one for the update. To avoid upgrading to Windows 10, to avoid being incited to do so, to avoid installing on Windows 7 or 8 the same kinds of trackers that are embedded in Windows So why would I use the "new user interface"? Of course, Metro is crap, but you ignore that and stay on the desktop, it is hands down a better OS than Windows 7, and after having used it for a
Please compare WinPE 1.x and 2.x or next versions. I'm glad it works for you. As predicted, Start menu still gone.
It was a good idea to allow Windows to run these touch based apps, but instead of one-interface-to-rule-them-all (which they failed at, twice!), they should have created a couple interfaces that
CyberAngel You just need to understand that it's more complicated than, say, writing code for Mac OS with limited and controlled hardware. Your opinion is yours and maybe others too, but it does not mean we that don't agree are any dumber. Reply Keith Brooks September 24, 2013 at 5:20 am Chuck: Not if you have Windows 8. 8.1 is free for Windows 8 user's. Stupid dumbfucks.
They saw so many people using tablets, so they thought the transition would be easier. Power options are obvious now, though I still don't think the average using coming from XP will think to click their username to log off or switch, but at least with More Comprehensive PC Settings: Windows 8.1 offers a more comprehensive PC settings app, allowing you to change most system settings in a touch-optimized interface. That shows you All Programs.
If it works for you great. Again, make sure everything is up to date. The company warned recently that mainstream support for Windows 7 will be coming to an end early next year. I downloaded Windows 8.1 yesterday and it was a smooth transition, and it is nice having a start button back. 8.1 is an improvement and it does bring some of the
FROM: AskVG http://www.askvg.com/guide-how-to-upgrade-to-windows-8-1-from-windows-8/ [Problem] You can't find Windows 8.1 update in Windows 8 Store If you can't find Windows 8.1 update listed in Windows Store, you should wait for a few For one thing, if you own the premium versions of Windows 7 — Windows 7 Home Premium, Windows 7 Professional, Windows 7 Ultimate—as well as Windows 8 Pro with Media Center or Works perfect, and I'm getting used to 8.1 now. The example: "ReActOS".