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  1. Windows 8.1 August Update is expected to ship next week and, even though Microsoft is trying to keep everything secret, quite a lot of details arrive through unofficial channels. This time, a report published by WinSuperSite reveals that Windows 8.1 August Update is going to appear in Windows Update as an optional update, meaning that all those running Windows 8.1 next week will have to manually select this pack in order to install it. This might surprise some folks given the fact that Windows 8.1 August Update is one of the most anticipated products released by Microsoft this year, but this could happen due to the fact that the update doesn’t bring anything too exciting, so there’s no reason to make it mandatory. Since the update will go live on next Tuesday, the same day when Microsoft is rolling out this month’s Patch Tuesday fixes, chances are that many might actually ignore this update, and focus only on the ones that are labeled as critical and mandatory for their systems. The same source says that the Windows 8.1 August Update would also ship as a standalone update, so you could also download it separately from Microsoft’s servers and install it on your computer without the need for Windows Update. Previous reports on this indicated that Windows 8.1 August Update could be published on MSDN on August 15, thus giving developers the option to download the update separately. Microsoft could also release a new Windows 8.1 ISO with the August Update included in the installer for MSDN subscribers. As far as the naming is concerned, we’ve heard people asking whether the August Update is as sign that Microsoft could move to a faster cadence and release updates for its operating system more often. This most likely is not the case and Microsoft only calls it this way to signal the launch of another large update for Windows 8.1. Much more attention however is given these days to Windows 9, the next full Windows release that’s expected to arrive in April 2015 and include all the features that were initially believed to be included in Windows 8.1 August Update. As for the official announcement for this new OS update, Microsoft would most likely share some details this week, possibly on Tuesday, when it publishes the advance notification for this month’s Patch Tuesday rollout. And still, do not expect anything too exciting from this update, as all eyes are on Windows 9. Source: http://news.softpedia.com/news/Windows-8-1-August-Update-to-Be-Optional-Shipped-as-Standalone-Update-453515.shtml#
  2. When you browse the Web, changes occur to your computer system. Some of these might be harmful, like the unsolicited installation of malware. When you use Sandboxie to protect your browsing session, it catches all these changes just as the browser is about to apply them into your computer system. Sandboxie does record these changes on behalf of the browser, but it records them in a special isolated folder, called the sandbox. Thus, with Sandboxie, you can browse the Web securely while still keeping all your browser's functionality for active and dynamic content, such as javascript and ActiveX. All undesired side effects can be easily undone. Homepage: http://www.sandboxie.com OS supported :Windows XP SP 3 - Windows 8.1; 32-bit + 64-bit Unofficial Changelog: Forum Link for this update: http://www.sandboxie.com/phpbb/viewforum.php?f=41 Download links: 32-bit http://www.sandboxie.com/SandboxieInstall32-407-01.exe 64-bit http://www.sandboxie.com/SandboxieInstall64-407-01.exe
  3. If you are interested in a new mobile workstation PC, check out the newly announced 15-inch Dell Precision M2800. This device comes packed with a 4th generation Intel Core i5 (or i7) processor, AMD FirePro W4170M (2GB GDDR5 memory) graphics card, up to 16GB of RAM, up to 1TB of storage, and a 15.6-inch UltraSharp, HD or Full-HD resolution. "Dell has found a way to disrupt the market and remove barriers for a certain set of customers who require a workstation experience yet are constrained by budget," said Jon Peddie, He is the President at Jon Peddie Research. "The M2800 brings forth a tremendous opportunity to address a gap in delivering an entry-level workstation with strong performance and ISV certifications to run demanding, mission-critical applications, at a great value." The Dell Precision M2800 features rugged reliability, powerful workstation graphics capabilities, and ISV certification for many of the popular creative and design apps that professionals rely on such as Autodesk AutoCAD, Inventor and Revit, Solidworks, PTC Creo, and more. The device launches this Spring and no word on if it will be running Windows 8 or Windows 8.1. The device starts at $1,199. Source
  4. We have yet more screenshots of the currently in-development update for Windows 8.1, which reveal new changes which we can expect to see be unveiled at Microsoft's annual BUILD conference. Today, we have screenshots of build 9600.16596 which introduces the ability to pin Modern UI apps directly on the taskbar. As you can see from the screenshot above, the Windows Store app is pinned to the taskbar, and in the Taskbar properties window you can see the option to 'Show Store apps on the taskbar'. This is an obvious advancement towards the ability to run Modern UI apps in the desktop, something which is rumoured to be coming in Windows 9. Still no sign of a Mini Start Menu, which isn't actually expected to make an appearance in Update 1. The full build string reads 6.3.9600.16596.WINBLUES14_GDR_LEAN.140114-0237, which was compiled on January 14 2014 at 2:37AM. Looks like the Microsoft team are working late into the night! Source
  5. Nokia has asked Mobile World Congress attendees to join it on February 24, where they’ll get a chance to see the firm’s newest hardware releases. The official event invitation didn’t give us any hints about what these new products would be, but a series of leaks have provided a few choice details about Nokia’s next Lumia devices. The latest report comes from DigiTimes, and apparently confirms much of what has come before. It speculates Nokia will have three Lumia smartphones to show us, all of which will run Windows Phone 8.1, the next major update to Microsoft’s mobile operating system. If so, this would preempt Microsoft’s own unveiling of Windows Phone 8.1, which is expected to take place in April. Quoting sources in Taiwan’s manufacturing industry, the three phones will be headed up by the Lumia 1820, a new flagship phone from Nokia. The specs sound optimistic, as they include the Snapdragon 805 processor – which Qualcomm has yet to release – and a “qHD” resolution, which we take to mean 2560 x 1440 pixels and not 960 x 540. The screen could measure 5.2-inches, and the whole thing may be powered by a 3400mAh battery. Joining the admittedly exciting Lumia 1820 could be a pair of Lumia 1520 spin-offs. The Lumia 1520V could be a “Mini” version of the 6-inch original, this time equipped with a 4.5-inch display (just like the Lumia 920 and Lumia 925), a 1080p resolution, and a 14-megapixel camera. Additionally, a Lumia 1525 is mentioned, but without any specs. Previous rumors have also given the 1525 a 1440p resolution, plus a 25 or 30-megapixel camera. These reports also had the 1520V down as being powered by a Snapdragon 800 chip. Source
  6. Windows 8.1 Activator By Simon - Benyo V.1.1 Windows 8.1 Activator By Simon - Benyo - the automatic KMS activator for operating systems Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, Server 2008, 2008 R2, 2012, 2012 R2, Office 2010, 2013, VL edition. It is based on KMS Server from mikmik38 (MDL). Operation with the program: Run exe as administrator and use interface. If you need additional program features, enter into Professional Mode. On/Off Professional Mode button is placed in "Dragon" Tab.For operation of the program the .NET Framework 4.5 is requiredMaybe need to add the file KMS Server Service.exe in exceptions of your Antivirus for normal operation of the program!!! Or dissable the Antivirus for the period of activation. Changelog Version 32Bit Only Update To V 1.1 / 64Bit Is V 1.0
  7. Microsoft's Windows 8.1 Update 1: Rumored release target is March 11 By Mary Jo Foley January 24, 2014 16:53 GMT First up, the target release date for Windows 8.1 Update 1 -- the relatively minor update coming to Windows 8.1 this spring -- is allegedly March 11, according to one of my accurate and trusted sources. Yes, that's a Patch Tuesday. Given that Microsoft will likely deliver Update 1 to Windows 8.1 users via Windows Update, this seems pretty believable to me. Windows leaker WZor previously indicated that Windows 8.1 Update 1 would likely be released to manufacturing in March, but didn't provide a specific date. http://www.zdnet.com...h-11-7000025559 By WZOR January 15th, 19:23 =MSU update was collected on January 3, details soon. (Google Translator)
  8. Panasonic’s large 20-inch tablet, the Toughpad 4K UT-MB5, looks to finally be heading to retail outlets after numerous delays. The large-screened 4K-toting tablet, which was announced more than a year ago at MWC 2013, has seen more than its fair share of delays stemming from difficulties on the production side of things. Online retailer Rugged Mobile Technology has listed the huge tablet on their website, alongside a range of accessories. The availability date is listed as today, although as of this writing you still have to call in and speak with a person to order. The listed price is $5125, which is not a bad deal considering Panasonic’s suggested MSRP of $5,999. The Toughpad 4K UT-MB5 runs on Windows 8.1 Pro with an Intel Core i5 CPU, Nvidia graphics chip, 4GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD. There’s the usual array of connectivity ports and a 720p camera. More significantly, the device features a magnesium alloy chassis that’s built to withstand a drop of up to 1 meter, although at 2.4kg we recommend you don’t test it for yourself. A more premium variant of the Toughpad 4K is slated for later this spring with the processor bumped up to a Core i7 and 16GB of RAM thrown in, priced at $6,999. Source
  9. By Woody Leonhard January 13, 2014 The search for leaked Windows builds is on, once again, and this time the prize pirate copy has already been overshadowed by reliable reports of what awaits next year. If you're waiting with bated breath for the latest leaked Windows beta, you don't understand the situation. Russian-language Windows leak site WZOR said on Jan. 8 that the next version of Windows -- dubbed, mellifluously, Windows 8.1 Update 1 and/or GDR 1 and/or Windows 8.1 2014 Update -- will likely leak on Jan. 15, the day Microsoft partners are due to get the bits. That's pretty remarkable 20/20 foresight, but WZOR has demonstrated its prescience repeatedly over the years. WZOR has several screenshots to prove their dominance, but they don't show much besides the build number 6.3.9600.16581.WINBLUES14_GDR_LEAN.13122 2-2030. Neowin has posted an additional leak screenshot, which appears to come from CentrumWindows.pl (oops?), that shows a whole lotta nothing. Except for the brand in the lower-right corner, it looks just like Windows 8.1. The WZOR article offers only one interesting tidbit that I didn't pick up last month in my Windows 8 "cause for hope" post: Unlike Windows 8.1, which was released through the Windows Store (if you ever found it), Windows 8.1 Update 1 will arrive via Windows Update. That's a giant step forward -- while, at the same time, being a giant step backward, if you know what I mean -- because many Windows users find it much more intuitive to handle Windows updates through, er, Windows Update. I have a feeling that one major reason why Microsoft is shifting back to its old distribution model is a question of penetration: Although the upgrade from Windows 8 to 8.1 is free and well worth the effort, only a third of the people running Windows 8 (probably fewer) have upgraded to 8.1. Some of the blame must be laid at the foot of the bizarre two-step Windows Store upgrade process. Windows 8.1 Update 1, currently scheduled for April 2014, seems like a stopgap that's designed to improve compatibilty with Windows Phone -- which is due for its own update at the same time. I can't think of a less compelling reason to get Windows 8, much less Windows 8.1 U1. But Windows 9, that's another story. Paul Thurrot said over the weekend that Windows 9 -- code name "Threshhold" -- is currently scheduled for April 2015. He goes on to say that Microsoft will likely announce its Win9 plans at the Build 2014 conference, which will be held just about the time Windows 8.1 Update 1 lands with a thud. Build 2014 will be "very much focused on Windows Phone and Xbox." That's not terribly surprising, considering Microsoft's headcount should shoot up by about 35,000 people (from 100,000 to 135,000, in round figures) when Nokia gets absorbed at just about that time. Thurrot says the Microsoft reorganization will be complete about that time, but I'll reserve judgment until we hear more about the new CEO. As I've discussed before, it looks like Windows 9 will in fact consist of three very different faces painted on the same pig -- er, core: A "Metro" version that's all about mobile; a "consumer" version, updated frequently, which may just be Windows 8.1 Update 2; and a "pro" version, which is stodgy and stable. It isn't clear, based on Thurrot's description, if we're looking at all three appearing in April 2015, but that seems to be the way Microsoft is heading. Given Thurrot's history defending Windows 8, it was like a breath of fresh air to read what he now thinks about the abomination, uh, product: In some ways, the most interesting thing about Threshold is how it recasts Windows 8 as the next Vista. It's an acknowledgment that what came before didn't work, and didn't resonate with customers. And though Microsoft will always be able to claim that Windows 9 wouldn't have been possible without the important foundational work they had done first with Windows 8 -- just as was the case with Windows 7 and Windows Vista -- there's no way to sugarcoat this. Windows 8 has set back Microsoft, and Windows, by years, and possibly for good. One could successfully argue, I believe, that comparing Windows 8 to Vista does Vista an injustice. Maybe, just maybe, Microsoft will give us mouse-and-keyboard users a Windows that's better than Win7. http://www.infoworld.com/t/microsoft-windows/windows-81-pirate-beta-due-any-time-its-yawner-234053 Also See: Windows 9 due in April 2015, but coding hasn't started yet http://www.infoworld.com/t/microsoft-windows/windows-9-due-in-april-2015-coding-hasnt-started-yet-234074
  10. By Chris Burns Jan 12, 2014 As Microsoft ramps up their outlay of Windows 8.1, a system which takes a variety of Windows 8 parts that needed improvement and … improves them, there’s chat of a next-generation release called “Threshold,” aka Windows 9. Speaking on the subject with sources just about as close to the source as you can get without actually tapping Microsoft publicly, Windows insider Paul Thurrott suggests that this next big release will have Microsoft attempting to “put Windows 8 in the rear-view mirror.” This system will be introduced, says Thurrott, at the April 2014 edition of Microsoft’s developers conference, BUILD. This release of information will be taking place just a few weeks after Microsoft completes its currently-unfolding big reorganization and will be taking big strides toward integrating Windows Phone and Xbox into the larger Windows story. This update will bring the Start menu back to Windows as if it never left. This release is said to be able to run Metro-style (read: full-screen) apps on the desktop, somehow or another, right alongside traditional desktop applications. What might be described as “Metro 2.0” will be revealed with additional changes to the way this sort of app is launched and used. The actual release of Windows 9 “Threshold” will take place in a three-milestone fashion. This means there will be at least two, if not three, versions released before the public gets their hands on it. The final release of this operating system will be targeted for April of 2015. It’s also suggested that developers will not be given any sort of early build at BUILD, as development will not begin in earnest until later that same month. Sound like a release you’ll be pumped up about? With so few details on how this Windows 9 system will actually work, we’re crossing our fingers tightly! http://www.slashgear.com/windows-9-to-put-windows-8-in-the-rear-view-mirror-at-build-12312886
  11. Today in this tutorial we'll tell you a few methods to remove password reveal button from Internet Explorer 10, 11 and Windows 8/8.1 operating systems. Using Group Policy Editor (gpedit.msc) 1. Press "WIN+R" key combination to launch RUN dialog box, then type gpedit.msc and press Enter. It'll open Group Policy Editor. 2. Go to Computer Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Windows Components -> Credential User Interface 3. In right-side pane, double-click on "Do not display the password reveal button" option and set its value to "Enabled". 4. You're Done Using Registry Editor (regedit) 1. Type "regedit" in RUN dialog box and press Enter. It'll open Registry Editor. 2. Now go to following key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\CredUI Note: If you can't find "CredUI" key, you'll need to create it manually. 3. In right-side pane, create a new DWORD DisablePasswordReveal and set its value to 1 4. You're Done Source
  12. Ultimate Windows Tweaker 3.0 for Windows 8/8.1Ultimate Windows Tweaker 3.0 for Windows 8/8.1 has been released and is now available for download. While Windows 7 & Windows Vista users should continue to use Ultimate Windows Tweaker 2.2, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 may be happy to know that your favorite freeware Windows tweaker is now available for download. Use the Ultimate Windows Tweaker to customize your Windows 8/8.1 to meet your requirements. With judicious tweaking, it can make your system faster, more stable, personal and more secure with just a few mouse clicks. Ultimate Windows Tweaker for Windows 8/8.1 UI Features: Easy to use simple user interfaceTooltips offer you guidance as to what the tweak does.Offers accessible buttons to create a system restore point and restore default valuesTiny tool, super lightweight at just around 340 KBPower-packed with 170+ meaningful tweaksPortable tweaker. Does not require to be installed. To uninstall it simply delete its program folderDoes not contain any adware, nor does it push crapware; and we promise not to, ever!Report Bugs by simply using the button in the About tab. Else visit this page.Support available at TWC Forum.Checks for available update. Click the button in the About tab to do so. If any are found, download the latest version from this home page. Ultimate Windows Tweaker 3 (UWT) is a clean freeware – just what you expect from this site! It does not include any 3rd-party offers nor does it push crapware. It is completely portable and does not require to be installed. Once you have downloaded UWT3, simply extract the contents of the downloaded zip file and paste the folder in your Program Folder, without separating out its contents. Pin the shortcut of the exe file to your Start Screen, and you are all set to go. Ultimate Windows Tweaker for Windows 8/8.1 is just 340 KB in size and includes over 170 tweaks. We have added several new tweaks for Windows 8.1, and removed some tweaks, which we felt were really not meaningful or suitable now for this new polished operating system. UWT 3.0 sports a clean minimalistic UI just like UWT 2.2, offering links in the left panel, and tabs on the top, in some categories. While you may be able to access all these via the Windows 8.1 UI or the Group Policy or Registry Editor, Ultimate Windows Tweaker makes things easier for you by offering all useful tweaks from its single UI. Hover over any tweak and helpful tool tips will tell you what the tweak does. All the tweaks have been neatly categorized as follows: How to use Ultimate Windows Tweaker: Create a system restore point first. You can use the Create Restore Point button which UWT offers. We insist you create one, before using the tweaker, so that you can revert back should you feel the need to.We recommend that you do not over-tweak your system at one go. It is our experience that many people just apply all the tweaks at one go, but don’t remember which tweak was responsible for some change they wish to reverse. We suggest you apply tweaks for only 1 category every day, see how your system performs, before moving on to apply more tweaks. To apply the tweak, check or uncheck the box as the case may be. Once you have selected one or more tweaks, click on the Apply button. Some tweaks may apply instantaneously. If just an explorer restart is required, your explorer will restart automatically and the tweaks will be applied. If a system restart is required, when you exit the application, you will be reminded to restart your computer.I am sure that you will find the tweaks which Ultimate Windows Tweaker for Windows 8/8.1 useful! You can go here to see the complete list of tweaks available in Ultimate Windows Tweaker 3.0. To see its user interface and all that it has to offer, check out the image gallery of Ultimate Windows Tweaker 3.0. HomePage Edit Note : Changed Image hoster & removed the Solidfiles (Mirror) download link as it was uploaded without permission from the publisher and copyright owner!
  13. 01/14/2014 Microsoft's Windows 8.1 "preview" test software will start to end after this Wednesday. After Jan. 15, 2014, users of the Windows 8.1 preview will get a notice, reproduced below, indicating that the trial operating system is expiring. In addition, preview users will face a recurring PC reboot every two hours, and they'll lose any unsaved data after each reboot, according to Microsoft's preview update page. Windows 8.1 is a free update to Windows 8 that's accessed through the OS' Windows Store function. However, those persons who were just testing it either have to purchase a license, wipe the OS or tolerate the reboots. It may be possible to roll back to Windows 8 by using the OS' refresh button, but applications have to be reinstalled in that case. Before updating the preview, Microsoft advises "installing all available updates" first. Those individuals who used an ISO file to install the Windows 8.1 preview can activate a licensed copy of Windows 8.1 through the OS' Windows Store function. The system will prompt the user to enter a license key, or buy one, in that case. Updating via an ISO or installation media also requires reinstalling apps and files on a system after the OS update, and the Windows settings will need to be reset, according to Microsoft's Windows 8.1 update FAQ. One rollback approach for Windows 8 users that were testing the Windows 8.1 preview is to use the recovery media supplied by the PC manufacturer. Others using older OSes, such as Windows 7, can only roll back by reinstalling that OS. Options are more limited on the ARM platform side. Windows RT 8.1 preview users do not have the option to roll back to Windows RT 8, according to Microsoft. http://redmondmag.com/articles/2014/01/14/windows-8-preview-ends.aspx
  14. John Callaham 39 minutes ago We see 3D holographic applications depicted in sci-fi movies and TV shows all the time, but today a company has announced that it has created technology that will enable users to interact with version of apps made for Windows 8.1 that are seen suspended in mid-air. Digital Video Enterprises revealed today that it has now launched the DVE Immersion Room, which offers a way for business conference rooms to be outfitted with special projectors. The products, combined with Microsoft's Kinect sensor, lets people view and use apps in the middle of a room. DVE states, "Other apps, such as PowerPoint and Lync, are now functioning in augmented reality mode with 3D objects filling the expanse of the room with no bulky glasses to wear." You can see a simulation of how the Immersion Room works in the video above, which shows Modern UI Live tiles set up in a room that can be spun by the user and then expanded when they find the app they need. Of course, this kind of set up is for large business and government customers and the press release doesn't begin to offer any word on a price point for this Immersion Room. In other words, this is likely out of your range if you were dreaming of setting this up in your home office. http://www.neowin.net/news/watch-windows-81-apps-floating-inside-a-holographic-conference-room Also See: DVE Unveils First-of-Its-Kind Holographic Presentation Room, Powered by Microsoft http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/dve-unveils-first-of-its-kind-holographic-presentation-room-powered-by-microsoft-240082321.html Watch video: http://www.dvetelepresence.com
  15. http://ia700704.us.archive.org/32/items/pro81VL/EN_WINDOWS_8_1_PRO_VL_X86_DVD_2972633.isoOrhttp://wzor.ws/download.php?get=9441 MICROSOFT.WINDOWS.8.1.PROFESSIONAL.RTM.X64.VOLUME.WITH.ROLLUP-1.ENGLISH.DVD ISO|English|Release Date: 10/17/2013|DetailsFILE: en_windows_8_1_pro_vl_x64_dvd_2971948.isoSHA-1: CFCDF895679A5116F7F1C6406C20F99A1F850E49 http://ia700704.us.archive.org/32/items/pro81VL/EN_WINDOWS_8_1_PRO_VL_X64_DVD_2971948.isoOrhttp://wzor.ws/download.php?get=9443 ================================================================================================= Windows 8.1 Enterprise RTM Volume With Rollup-1 MICROSOFT.WINDOWS.8.1.ENTERPRISE.RTM.X86.WITH.ROLLUP-1.ENGLISH.DVD ISO|English|Release Date: 10/17/2013|DetailsFILE: en_windows_8_1_enterprise_x86_dvd_2972289.iso SHA-1: 5EFB981C94E1223C85F3BB504D04E0642A85C1D4 ftp://niktest.g-service.ru/SYSTEM/Microsoft.Windows.8.1.Enterprise.x86/en_windows_8_1_enterprise_x86_dvd_2972289.isoOrftp://79.110.139.98/pub/ISO/en_windows_8_1_enterprise_x86_dvd_2972289.isoOrhttp://www.arpithengineering.com/en_windows_8_1_enterprise_x86_dvd_2972289.iso MICROSOFT.WINDOWS.8.1.ENTERPRISE.RTM.X64.WITH.ROLLUP-1.ENGLISH.DVD ISO|English|Release Date: 10/17/2013|DetailsFILE: en_windows_8_1_enterprise_x64_dvd_2971902.iso SHA-1: AE792B2EF982DAC7391224B624EAB8D6340D78AB ftp://ftp.lightspeedsystems.com/robj/en_windows_8_1_enterprise_x64_dvd_2971902.isoOrftp://79.110.139.98/pub/ISO/en_windows_8_1_enterprise_x64_dvd_2971902.isoOrhttp://centos.bitcomm.cn/freeswitch/xfoox/en_windows_8_1_enterprise_x64_dvd_2971902.iso ================================================================================================= Windows 8.1 Core/Pro Retail RTM |Release Date: 08/21/2013|MICROSOFT.WINDOWS.8.1.RTM.X86.ENGLISH.DVD ISO|English|Release Date: 08/21/2013|DetailsBUILD: 6.3.9600.16384.WINBLUE_RTM.130821-1623SHA-1: 802CFCD3A411D99C097EA7E747F0B6697F9BDAC4 http://lucy-systems.no-ip.org/Windows%208.1%20&%20lang%20packs/MICROSOFT.WINDOWS.8.1.RTM.X86.ENGLISH.DVD-WZT/Windows_8.1_EN-US_x86.ISOOrhttp://datapoolvn.com/iso/Windows/Windows_8.1_EN-US_x86.ISOOrhttp://dl.eram.shirazu.ac.ir/root/Microsoft/Windows/8.1/Windows_8.1_EN-US_x86.ISO MICROSOFT.WINDOWS.8.1.RTM.X64.ENGLISH.DVD ISO|English|Release Date: 08/21/2013|DetailsFILE: Windows_8.1_EN-US_x64.ISOSHA-1: BC2F7FF5C91C9F0F8676E39E703085C65072139B http://lucy-systems.no-ip.org/Windows%208.1%20&%20lang%20packs/MICROSOFT.WINDOWS.8.1.RTM.X64.ENGLISH.DVD-WZT/Windows_8.1_EN-US_x64.ISOOrhttp://datapoolvn.com/iso/Windows/Windows_8.1_EN-US_x64.ISOOrhttp://dl.eram.shirazu.ac.ir/root/Microsoft/Windows/8.1/Windows_8.1_EN-US_x64.ISO ================================================================================================= Windows 8.1 LANGUAGE PACKS RTM |Release Date: 08/21/2013| LANGUAGE PACK (Multiple Languages) - the packages for localizations of the interface of the user Microsoft The following 36 languages are included: English, Japanese, Arabic, Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, German, Greek, Spanish, Estonian, Finnish, French, Hebrew, Croatian, Hungarian, Italian, Lithuanian, Latvian, Dutch, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese-Brazil, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Slovenian, Serbian, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, Multi-Language, Chinese - Hong Kong SAR, Chinese - Simplified, Portuguese-Portugal, KyrgyzMICROSOFT.WINDOWS.8.1.LANGUAGE.PACK.RTM.X86.MULTI.CL1.DVD ISO|English|Release Date: 08/21/2013|DetailsFILE: 9600.16384.130821-1623_x86fre_Client_MULTI_IRM_CL1_DV5.iso SHA-1: 3B62F16F50F3F80A58BE29B4B3A99885BD8F1AD4 http://lucy-systems.no-ip.org/Windows%208.1%20&%20lang%20packs/MICROSOFT.WINDOWS.8.1.LANGUAGE.PACK.RTM.X86.MULTI.CL1.DVD-WZT/9600.16384.130821-1623_x86fre_Client_MULTI_IRM_CL1_DV5.iso MICROSOFT.WINDOWS.8.1.LANGUAGE.PACK.RTM.X64.MULTI.CL1.DVD-WZT ISO|English|Release Date: 08/21/2013|DetailsFILE: 9600.16384.130821-1623_x64fre_Client_MULTI_IRM_CL1_DV5.iso SHA-1: 4D567D72CBFF463F5C2C64B0B221E7A408240183 http://lucy-systems.no-ip.org/Windows%208.1%20&%20lang%20packs/MICROSOFT.WINDOWS.8.1.LANGUAGE.PACK.RTM.X64.MULTI.CL1.DVD-WZT/9600.16384.130821-1623_x64fre_Client_MULTI_IRM_CL1_DV5.iso Windows 8.1 RTM All Available Languages [Daily Updated] Post #102 >>> Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 General Availability Update Rollup Posted There >>> http://dlm.izhamovie.com/9208/General4/Win%208.1%20Oct2013%20x64/Win81AIO-x64-en-US-ESD-Baseline-v2.iso 32 Bit Release File: Win81AIO-x86-en-US-ESD-Baseline-v2.iso Size: 2.79 GiB SHA-1: DD706ED76AB095FB8BCC528A232EDC7151D299AD http://dlm.izhamovie.com/9208/General4/Win%208.1%20Oct2013%20x86/Win81AIO-x86-en-US-ESD-Baseline-v2.iso If direct download link taken down use alternative Magnet download link >>> Windows 8.1 AIO x64/x86 en-US ESD GA-R1 By murphy78 Windows 8.1 RTM Installation Keys http://pastebin.com/X6KQy6iR
  16. Windows 8.1 PRO x86/x64 Official Untouched ISO and Activator.. Here are the download links you need.. Windows 8.1 Pro x86 Download Link: http://180upload.nl Share Code: /so9se10ox7kr/en_windows_8_1_pro_vl_x86_dvd_2972633.iso.html ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Windows 8.1 Pro x64 Download Link: http://180upload.nl Share Code: /tdmd9az75use/en_windows_8_1_pro_vl_x64_dvd_2971948.iso.html ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Windows 8 or 8.1 Activator Download Link: http://www.tusfiles.net Share Code: /elpfygvr5zmw ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ FOR INSTALLATION USE THESE KEYS (If Necessary) Professional-x86: XHQ8N-C3MCJ-RQXB6-WCHYG-C9WKB Professional-x64: MHF9N-XY6XB-WVXMC-BTDCT-MKKG7 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------These ISO images are Final Build (October 17 Release) These are Untouched giving you a clean installation.
  17. CES is now underway and one of the first announcements to be made comes from Lenovo -- in fact, there is more than one announcement. The latest additions to the company's product line are the Miix 2 10 and Miix 2 11, both of which are tablets that convert into a laptop with the help of a docking keyboard that doubles as a protective cover. As you've probably guessed from the name, the Miix 2 10 is a 10.1" device, and it weighs in at just 1.3lb. Inside the case you'll find a quad-core Intel Atom processor, 2GB of LP-DDR3 RAM and p to 128GB of internal eMMC storage. There's also a Micro-USB port and a Mini-HDMI port. Move up to the Miix 2 11 and you're looking at an 11.6" display in a slightly heavier 1.8lb device. The specification jumps to a fourth-generation Intel Core i5 processor, up to 256GB of SSD storage, and up to 8GB of DDR3 memory. You'll find a USB 3.0 port on the device and an extra two USB 2.0 ports on the dock -- there's just one on the smaller version of the dock. Both feature the same interesting design which allows the tablet portion of the device to be attached to the keyboard in a few different ways. It can be snapped into place facedown much like a closed laptop, but it can also be positioned like a normal laptop display. For a view unfettered by a keyboard, it is possible to use the keyboard as a stand so only the screen is visible. Both sizes of the Miix 2 have a 2MP front camera and 5MP on the rear, and both offer battery life of up to 8 hours. The Lenovo MIIX 2 10 will be available from March for $499, while the Lenovo Miix 2 11 comes a month later starting at $699. Source
  18. Since the release of Windows 8, Microsoft decided to remove the start button from the OS. Ever since, a lot of developers has used that as an advantage to create apps to bring back the start bottom. Microsoft thought of this and brought it back in Windows 8.1, yet still users are not appreciating it, and still want a start bottom app to replace Microsoft's start bottom. I have come across a lot of start bottom apps - used most of them. Day inn and Day out more and more start bottom apps is been released. Which is the BEST? BringBack Wentutu Start Menu Ex7forW8 Handy Start Menu Start for Windows 8 RetroUI Pro Samsung Quick Starter StartFinity Start Menu X StartW8 Start Menu 8 StartMenuPlus8 Start Menu Reviver ViStart Win8StartButton Win8Starter StartButton Icon Pokki Stardock start8 Classic shell StartIsBack IObit Start Menu 8 Others(state with your reviews) wiki Let me know your mind below
  19. If you are using recently released Windows 8.1 RTM in your computer, here is a great chance for you to enjoy a new exclusive interface of Google Search which can be tested in Internet Explorer 11 (IE11) web browser only. When you open google.com and search for something, The search result page opens broken as shown in following screenshot: Here is how to fix it Open Internet Explorer and click on "Tools -> Compatibility View settings" option. It'll open a new window. Now uncheck "Use Microsoft compatibility lists" option and click on Close button. That's it. It'll disable the built-in compatibility list of Internet Explorer and Google Search will work fine in IE11. more : info : here
  20. It does work for me as i was trying you have nothing to lose if it is not working for you you know where to go.....! More Info About Activating Windows 8.1 RTM.
  21. -- Clean the Notification Area Icon Cache -- After using Windows for a while, installing and uninstalling programs, you will end up with a long list of icons showing up in the notification area, on the taskbar, especially when scrolling through the Notification Area Icons window. If some of the programs have been removed, there is no way to remove their icons from the list. So, what do you do? Read on and learn the best way to solve this problem. Download Notification_Area_Cleaner below, extract it and inside you will find the Notification_Area_Cleaner.bat file. Double click the file and Run. explorer.exe is restarted, and the notification area icon cache is cleared. ENJOY! source Notification_Area_Cleaner.zip
  22. Latest Release Changelog: v3.5 RC 5 [2013/09/29] - Added Windows 8.1 * PARTIAL * backup / restore compatibility, read the 'Backup Compatibility' area to know more - Added MSDM product key decoding for OEM Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 systems (Thanks to Alphawaves @MDL Forums) - Solved the CRC32 error on Windows 8 - Solved some GUI alignment - Internal code optimized The Backup Compatibility is: Windows 8.1 Family *** Windows 8 Family Windows 7 Family Windows Vista Family Windows Server 2008 / 2011 / 2012 Family Microsoft Office Family from 2010 to 2013 * All editions, versions and Service Packs. * Requires .NET Framework v4.0. *** WARNING ABOUT WINDOWS 8.1 COMPATIBILITY *** *** Windows 8.1 is * NOT * fully supported. All the activation data can be saved, but only those that were activated by * Phone * will be restored properly. In other words, the Online activated backups can not be restored until now, * ONLY * if your OS is the Windows 8.1 – Other OS(es) are NOT affected ! We are working to discover why. *** You can * NOT * restore the Windows 8 activation on Windows 8.1. Microsoft was made hard changes on the Windows 8.1 activation system, so we are unable to port the Windows 8 activation to Windows 8.1 without brick the system. http://joshcellsoftwares.com/products/advancedtokensmanager/
  23. I was just wondering if there is a way to KMS Activate Windows 8.1 Professional yet.... if there is, point me in the right direction :) I'm just trying to get prepared to do a few upgrades for people.
  24. Microsoft reportedly stated at their company meeting on Thursday they don't plan to support Windows 7 as long as they have with Windows XP, as they hope more businesses use Windows 8.1 With Windows 8 only capturing a few percent of PC users so far, Microsoft hopes that the release of Windows 8.1 this October will have better luck in sales to both consumers and businesses. Meanwhile, there are still a lot of Windows 7 PCs operating in the world, but Microsoft claims they don't want to keep Windows 7 alive as long as they have done with Windows XP. As we have reported many times before, Windows XP support will end on Microsoft's side on April 8, 2014 after over 12 years. Part of the reason for supporting Windows XP for much longer than predicted was the failure of Windows Vista to gain enough market share. As a result, many people are speculating that Windows 7 will last as long as Windows XP because of the slow uptake of Windows 8. However, that's not what Microsoft wants to happen. Paul Thurrott over at Winsupersite claims that during Microsoft's company meeting on Thursday, Microsoft indicated that it will instead push for businesses to upgrade to Windows 8.1. The thinking is that Microsoft has made enough changes to Windows 8.1, including the addition of a number of enterprise-based features, that big businesses won't bother to hold onto their Windows 7 PCs as long as some have done with Windows XP. Currently, mainstream support of Windows 7 will end Jan. 13, 2015, with extended support (just bug fixes and security updates) ending Jan. 14, 2020. That's about 10 years and two months after the launch of Windows 7 in November 2009, but that's still not as much time as Microsoft has given Windows XP. Will this happen, or will Microsoft be forced to extend its support cut off date for Windows 7 as it has for Windows XP? Only time will tell for now. News Source: http://www.neowin.net/news/microsoft-doesnt-want-to-support-windows-7-as-long-as-windows-xp & http://windowsitpro.com/paul-thurrotts-wininfo/short-takes-september-27-2013
  25. Experience native look of Aero Glass interface on Windows 8/8.1! This utility returns the complete glass effect into windows frames. Salient Features: Apply glass look to windows bordersBlur the content behind the borders to improve UI experienceChange amount of transparency in Control panels directlyChange inactive windows borders colorSkin windows borders (add glow, shadows etc.) without changing Windows themeGlass look! Your windows will be rendered with transparent borders. This look allows you to see what is behind the border. The key element is the blurring of content behind the glass borders to prevent it from being too clear and disturbing. The result is very smart window border! Fully native!The utility is completely integrated into Desktop Window Manager without breaking any system protection or modifying system files. All rendering is done via native Direct3D device. Any colorization settings adjusted in Windows Control Panels are respected. Use color intensity slider to adjust the amount of the transparency. No custom skinning engine used. Due to the native nature of this utility your Windows theme is composited together with the glass effect. All features controlled through DWM API (e.g. DwmEnableBlurBehindWindow or DwmExtendFrameIntoClientArea) are supported including the taskbar or custom Start menu blur effect. Low resources usage!This library tries to utilize all DWM resources as much as possible to minimize RAM and VRAM usage. No redudant objects are created, no background service is running. The result is light-weight library which behaves exactly in the same way as Aero Glass in Windows 7 did. No performance degradation!Theme your windows!You can change the look of your windows borders completely without touching your Windows theme or using unsigned theme. This allows you to bring back several effects such as window shadow, caption glow effect, rounded borders or simply change the appearence of caption buttons. You just modify single bitmap in your favourite image editor and everything will look as you want! Homepage: http://glass8.berlios.de/Download Link: http://prdownload.berlios.de/glass8/setup-1.2.exeDownload Link for All Versions!: http://glass8.berlios.de/download.html For Windows 8.1 Developments Refer Here : http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/163570-aero-glass-for-win81-rtm-rc2/
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