Windows 8.1 Update


Windows 8.1 Update

By Anand Khanse for The Windows Club

Microsoft’s latest update to Windows 8 is a direct response to consumer feedback regarding the use of the new OS without a touchscreen.–PC Pitstop

When users provide feedback to a responsive company, they materially impact the brand and ensure that the product you get is the product what you expect. Ever since Windows 8 was introduced in 2012, we saw some changes happening with Windows 8.1 and now Windows 8.1 Update. The latest updates, formally named as Windows 8.1 Update introduces new features and more changes to Windows 8, based on consumer feedback..


Windows 8.1 Update new features

Windows 8.1 Update focuses on customer-driven improvements, tutorials, more personalization options, the ability to boot to desktop by default, improvements to multi-tasking, and more. After installing this update on your computer (excluding Tablets) will boot to desktop by default. A new group of Tiles have been added to a new user’s Start screen – This PC, PC Settings, Documents and Pictures. Existing users wont see it – only new profiles get these! Moreover, newly installed Apps have a blue “NEW” text next to its name. Check out the other new features!

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6 thoughts on “Windows 8.1 Update

  1. What on earth is this magic start button that people cry a lot over? Windows 8.1 is so easy to use, evey thing is there, what is missing?

  2. Oh Boy! What a mob of whingers! Show a bit of “get up and go” instead of constantly moaning. You are like a narky old woman!
    Get a life!!!

  3. By still stubbornly refusing to include the Start button in desktop mode, MS and their Windows 8 updates are useless as is the operating system.

  4. 8 is a piece of garbage… a wandering away from the practial and efficient 2k and xp, shame on MS for putting out such garbage!

  5. to make windows 8 Better put classic shell back in it , got to classic shell.net, gives you a real Start button , best of both worlds. Microsoft Does Not Have A clue what people want. or not willing to say they made a mistake.

  6. Having used Microsoft for 35 years, let me say that Windows 8 is a piece of crap. Filled with advertising links and gobs of popups, it seems a programmers (not USERS!) dream. Obviously some guys sitting around the shop wondering what they can do next to protect their job.

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