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Simple a test: Windows PE editions contain only the main core of Windows NT. They went from one extreme to the other extreme. Microsoft Windows 8.1 ISO Download 64-Bit Version (x64)Windows 8.1 download ISO 64-Bit is the ISO you want to go with in most cases. But hopefully they will make it better for everyone in the next version.

They want slow menu's, classic desktop icons and 30 second+ boot times. Dan Ok, I have already forgotten this thread Efon Wang "The issue is that we've tried the new start screen and think it's crap. VirtualMark All what effort? The Mega links work though.

MS to Android or iOS user: while you are here by mistake, won't you try out this nice subscription-based Office 365 thing we are selling? If you're using another operating system (Windows 7, Windows XP, OS X), you can either buy a boxed version ($120 for normal, $200 for Windows 8.1 Pro), or opt for one Apparently you are one of those people, too.

Will the forever really be forever or should I expect it to actually finish the dl? Retrieved June 10, 2013. ^ "Windows 8.1 steps up security with biometrics, encryption, and more". Retrieved November 5, 2013. ^ "Microsoft confirms some older AMD processors do not support Windows 8.1". Danmansonman You just can't help replying, can you Drakkenfyre?

It's not always the same code but it always starts with 0x800. You can always stick to windows 7 while i enjoy dx 11.2 whit an actual graphics card that supports it. I can keep going how MS bungled touch interaction. FS "Fuck I don't know shit about computers and I can use it! " Thats the problem.

Perhaps some day in the future Linux might become fairly well established with the average every day user, but in the mean time, you and your sort can take your bleating Danmansonman I've used PC's since windows 3.11, before the start menu, age has nothing to do with it. http://gcomputer.net/ DarkGray Knight Strange, Windows 8 developer preview surpassed Linux in the first month. They think they removed a program and their data if they accidentally delete a short cut.

What a chintzy way for a company to do business, requiring that you keep your previous version OS! I'm aged 62 and I've only been using a computer for three years, and yesterday it broke. Win8 is faster than Win7, among other improvements. Paul Thurrott's SuperSite for Windows.

Dan this Xplorer4x4 Nail on the head..I didn't think mouse + keyboard would work well in Metro, so I was a doubter. Neowin. The entire point of a GUI is to avoid having to type commands. Dan I care Dozerman Feels, man.

Just put yourself out there and look on the other side of the fence, actually look for people who like it, and you will find them. Paul Thurrott's Supersite for Windows. Me, I know where the programs are. Otherwise we might just have to wait for April 8!

Bobbie Says: October 23rd, 2013 at 1:33 pm If you do NOT want to use a Windows Live Account as your primary log on do the following: When it asks for Redmond, WA: Microsoft Press. Microshaft is not a consumer-oriented company, never has been and never will be . . . .

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Eric Bryner Yes, same thing start screen does. Having to sort applications into three tiers with three different ways to run them is not only bad design, it's stupid. This requires a Windows 8.1-specific product key.[48][49][50][51] Upgrading through Windows Store requires each machine to download an upgrade package as big as 2–3.6 GB. Barry Ferguson Yet another stupid comment.

As does Win8. rochelle762 my Aunty Amelia got a new blue Land Rover LR4 only from working part time off a home computer… helpful hints C­a­s­h­D­u­t­i­e­s­.­ℂ­o­m Hooper And here I am still using Windows I'd just stick with Classic Shell IKROWNI i actually love start 8 i can make my own menu items that go straight to my networked drives i can create my own So why be an asshole now and being rude to people?

Xplorer4x4 Your kidding right? Yes, people who aren't happy with the Windows 8 UI are using start menu replacements, that's why they were developed. Retrieved July 16, 2015. LOL!

kakahoho I had updated my 11 inch tablet but I can't see Power button in Metro screen. Gary Says: April 28th, 2014 at 3:14 am As usual - all the wonderful hype about Microsoft's WOW! ZDnet.