after installation, suppose my system needs to format in some days,then again i should download it and install it...... Efon Wang a company making products for the consumer market and not studying consumer acceptance? The laptop is refusing to accept Window 8.0 so major hassles there. Mail remembered my 3 accounts, but no passwords. http://fusionphp.net/windows-8-1/windows-8-1-professional-live-tiles-aren-t-updating.html
Eric Bryner I tried Startisback, and took it off, because I hardly used it anyways. Instead of letting it go in the background I have a full screen window open taking up the entire desktop just for an update progress bar. During the installation, PC will restart several times, also it’ll take a while to fully complete the process. So why would I use the "new user interface"?
More @: http://www.cybernetman.com/en/Windows-Tablet-pc/ http://www.dreamtechie.com/ Yogita Aggarwal Seems i need to update my old Windows 8 to 8.1 :) https://www.protectandaccess.com/ ProtectandAccess Excellent post, because i hope windows 8.1 will be very popular. All browsers work properly, the upgrade assistant worked perfectly, connectivity issues are nonexistent and speed and stability fixes abound. You won’t be able to see the Windows 8.1 file until all key updates have been installed.
I'm so jazzed. I spent a lot of time, but I managed to format and return to Windows 8. You should be able to rely on the Compatibility checker. That's like someone in Windows 7 or XP who always changed their theme to "Classic" saying they should get rid of all the other themes.
Marcus I'd hardly call you a chimpanzee, but I will say you clearly got the wrong end of the banana (sorry) on this one. Show me a touch display with an ultra low response time. Stop white-knighting for a failed piece of software of all things, it makes you look like a moron. https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/15288/windows-8-update-to-windows-8-1 Is it impossible?
Error about unsupported CPU - PAE, NX, SSE2. If you also face this problem, following tutorial will help you: [Fix] "Your Windows 8.1 Install Couldn't be Completed, Something Happened" Error Message PROBLEM 3: Can't Upgrade to Windows 8.1 RTM You can use multiple apps on both screens at once as well as have the desktop visible. Here are more tips from a Microsoft support site.
Login or register to post comments vvincent1 on Oct 17, 2013 I had installed Windows 8 on my home-brew machine. It could be the best one in the world, and still have complainers out there, and I think this site draws them in. Reply Mayank October 14, 2013 at 7:52 am If I am on windows 8 and I want to upgrade to 8.1 through the standalone ISO which will be available to download There is no option to skip.
Login or register to post comments krabago on Oct 17, 2013 Does anyone not see the Windows 8.1 Upgrade in the Store? More about the author I spent at min 25 to 30 hrs of my time getting my tablet so it would work again. Installing a program? This article has all the details.
Dan this Xplorer4x4 Nail on the head..I didn't think mouse + keyboard would work well in Metro, so I was a doubter. When i try to install Windows 8.1 from Windows Store, it says, "application was not intalled" !!! to do the upgrade the right remove things like security fixtures. check my blog And the behavior is the same.
It finally relents and states you can create your account later! Thank you. in the information on this computor it says i have windows 8.
Why remove a feature that people already don't have to be effected by if they want to? Login or register to post comments pmbAustin on Oct 18, 2013 But if you missed that, how do you get to the downloading screen? See the entire process with screenshots on the Supersite for Windows. Login or register to post comments serenitythen on Oct 18, 2013 Echoing what you're seeing.
Tap Restart Now to begin the upgrade. Windows 8.1 makes significant changes to Windows 8 and it’s a worthy upgrade whether you’re using Windows 8 on a desktop PC, a tablet, or something in between. Did you have extra folders in your libraries someplace other than your C: drive? http://fusionphp.net/windows-8-1/windows-8-1-this-app-wasn-39-t-installed-windows-is-getting-your-windows-8-1-upgrade-ready.html I realize (now) that I should have checked with AMD to ensure compatibility, but I thought that was what the MS compatibility-check was for!
The upgrade broke LastPass with Internet Explorer. If You Want to Perform an Upgrade Install: Upgrade to Windows 8 before Windows 8.1 is available. The special backgrounds that Metro uses could have just been an active wallpaper for the desktop and the tiles could have just slid out from the left as the desktop icons All 8.1 PC's work great without touchscreen, the tablets work great with touchscreen or when i plug the mouse in and use the type2 cover (or any other keyboard i feel
Despite all the complications in upgrading, the process is actually fairly straight forward. Many things have stopped working, including the Touchscreen. Reply qflux November 26, 2013 at 10:32 pm +1000 The list is long actually. Make sure not to uninstall similarly named desktop apps (e.g.
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 So far I am not particularly impressed. It's very simple: Win2003 more lightweight and speed than Longhorn builds (NT 6.x). Windows 8.1 allows you to view several different Start screen apps and snap them to different parts of the screen.
Installation continues. Congratulations. NizmoIsGo Here is how Microsoft can make the Start Screen appeal to me: Let the taskbar remain visible and not make it seem like a separate UI (I want to be If you don’t, you may run into issues later on.