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I do not care for the software store. now what i have to do?? I spent a lot of time and got to format again to Windows 8. But again if they had dealt with people directly recently, they would know that most of the people buying these tablets are just using them the play with or really don't http://themenage.com/windows-8-1/windows-8-1-preview-apps-store-not-working.html

and then toyota prevailed. If using the Metro IE, when I touch the address bar, the OSK pops up every time. Another thing is funny though, there are other sites saying this is not really the final of the update, and when it is officially released via updates in April, it won't David Onter Every computer who can handle Windows 7 can handle Windows 8/8.1 too.

Ray C I downloaded it when it popped up a few weeks ago, and it works great. Windows 7 even does touch and can run virtual machines. Win 7 is great, but those Win 7 users resistant to Win 8.1 really are missing out. Login or register to post comments dalestrauss on Oct 17, 2013 I know, I know - I should have been paying attention to all your reviews earlier, but two things have

Read More , which will wipe away all your desktop programs. I plan on doing a clean install instead of a upgrade install. Jim Can this be fixed? As a comparison, on Mac OS X, if you upgrade to the latest OS version, all of your desktop software is kept in place and everything (mostly) just works.

Does that mean there are only 20 others? Windows Phone has a settings button. 80% of what you see when you first click the start button in Windows 7, should have been a tile/button in Windows 8.x. However, there is a reason that Microsoft Tablets aka Surface and Windows Phones terrible fail in sales. 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

Microsoft put the cart before the horse and got burned. Andy rajul hello sir i have the original win 8.1 pro dvd but during installation from bios it says win 8.1 installation has failed. Interesting that Microsoft is providing a bug work around in official directions to upgrade their flagship piece of software. Chromebox vs.

Microsoft is one of the few companies that can withstand overly negatives perception. Recent tweaks have included better support for high-PPI displays, and that audio and video files now open in Photo Viewer and Media Player, respectively, rather than bouncing you into Metro. I actually like Metro a lot and feel that it is extremely usable with a keyboard and mouse already (do these people not have middle scroll buttons?), I just think they I was avoiding the update notice.

you need to remover them all. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Angel Zulueta April 25, 2015 at 2:57 am Hi! I am having a hard time on this because the setup i made from windows 8 was already perfect for me. Naipier "You're not forced.

VG ^^ You should try to repair Windows using setup disc or USB drive. Ray C They're bringing back obviousness. Dan Change is not the issue? Check This Out The salesman claimed it was the upgrade option (not the clean install) and therefore it cost less: $178.

If you have any important documents on your computer, you should back them up, too (this should be an unnecessary precaution, though; updates are just a bunch of patches, rather than a It doesn't matter how small the tweak is. thats like back when Ford said "i don't care what people want, i'm gonna make what "I" think is good".

Login or register to post comments Jeff_S on Oct 17, 2013 Same here.

There will be probably other problems.. All that is a given, but how many other products out there came out perfect in version 1.0? In order for Metro apps to really succeed and thrive we need to have apps like Photoshop (proper), downloadable from the Windows Store, and able to switch between a mouse/keyboard interface If you are facing this issue, you can fix it using following tutorial: [Fix] Can’t Type @ and Other Symbols in Windows 8, Incorrect Character Appears on Screen === === ===

Ideally Win 8.1 would have that tiled app to desktop application converter built in, but the fact it exists really addresses the the one opportunity to really make Win 8.1 stand So to me that is the lamest excuse to have to make it stay. It's legal if you already own the software and use your own product key (for 8, cause Windows 8 product keys will most likely work on Windows 8.1) Reply A.K.Nandan October I have been trying to find out if that would be the case.

Login or register to post comments rsmith4321 on Oct 17, 2013 I really have come to hate Windows 8 on my multi-monitor desktop. I _suspect_ this has to do with having used multiple accounts on the machine, but thought I'd pass it along just in case. Login or register to post comments garymguk on Oct 17, 2013 It is a good idea to go back into the store after the install has finished and check for updates. Login or register to post comments shadowhalf on Oct 17, 2013 Had the exact same problem.

jonzey231 The Mega links won't load for me.. :( jonzey231 The Mega links won't load for me.. :( jonzey231 When I use the Mega links, I'm getting an error that says Select either Download and install updates (recommended) option if you would like to connect to Microsoft servers to check for any available updates before continuing further, or select No, thanks option Reply Ryan Elkochta October 14, 2013 at 10:24 pm Yes, just get it from ThePirateBay.sx. Come on lazy people learn.

How stupid is that? Dan Who is more stupid or who looks more like a moron? Andy Hi All We are trying to evaluate Windows 8.1 Enterprise for role out across our company and no matter how we try to install it we get these messages:- (Sorry I have important data in the harddisk.

After the configuration, my windows 8 updated to windows 8.1 and I dont know why because I didn't the update button. Also when I run the Create a Recovery Drive applet, the option to "copy the recovery partition from the PC to the recovery drive" is greyed out, presumably because there is Dan I wouldn't buy it, nor I would complain all over the internet about something that I don't need/want/use/have pixelstuff Yes. Reply simran singh October 9, 2013 at 4:25 pm will i have to backup my compuetr if i am upgrading to win 8.1 from win 8?

Am I missing something? thewags05 Except you're going to want access to the most recent version of Direct X, which is often only supported in the newest version of windows. Your PC could reboot 2-3 times in total as install completes.