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  1. Windows 7 and 8.1 Patch Tuesday updates are now out, here's the complete changelog As is the case every month, Microsoft is releasing cumulative updates for all supported Windows versions. These include the three most recent Windows 10 versions for consumers and a few versions that are supported for specific channels and select SKUs. Windows 8.1 and Windows 7 too are receiving updates, with the latter being reserved for those who have opted to pay for extended updates. As usual, the updates are split into two parts – monthly rollup and security-only updates
  2. Windows 7 and 8.1 Patch Tuesday updates are out, here's what's new As is the case every second Tuesday of the month, Microsoft is releasing cumulative updates for all supported Windows versions. That includes all supported Windows 10 versions, along with Windows 8.1, and Windows 7 customers that have opted to receive extended security updates. As for Windows 10 users, it must be noted that versions 1909, 1809, and 1803 will be reaching the end of support, with 1803 being completely unsupported – including for enterprises – starting today. As for Windows 7 a
  3. Patch Tuesday: Here's what's new for Windows 7 and 8.1 Today is the second Tuesday of April, and with it, Microsoft is once again releasing new updates for all supported versions of Windows, including Windows 10, Windows 8.1, and Windows 7 - as long as you're a business paying for extended security updates. As usual, there are two types of updates for both Windows 8.1 and Windows 7, as well as their server counterparts - a monthly rollup that's usually installed automatically and a security-only update that you have to install manually. Starting
  4. Here's what's new for Windows 8.1 and 7 this Patch Tuesday We're already three months deep into 2021, and as we reach the second Tuesday of March, that means it's time once again for Microsoft to update every supported version of Windows. Naturally, the most recent versions of Windows 10 are getting updates, but Windows 8.1 is also still supported. And, for businesses paying for extended security updates, so is Windows 7. There are updates heading out to both of these Windows releases, and as usual, there are two types of updates for both Windows 8.1 and Wi
  5. Patch Tuesday: Here's what's new for Windows 7 and 8.1 this month Today is the second Tuesday of February, and that means it's also the second patch Tuesday of 2021. As tradition mandates, Microsoft is rolling out a series of cumulative and security updates for all supported versions of Windows, including many versions of Windows 10, as well as Windows 8.1 and, for ESU customers, Windows 7. As usual, there are two sets of updates for the operating systems, one monthly rollup and one security-only update. The former rolls out to most users automati
  6. Here's what's new for Windows 8.1 and 7 this Patch Tuesday We're now two weeks deep into 2021, and since it's the second Tuesday of January, that means it's also time for the first Patch Tuesday of the year. Microsoft is rolling out cumulative updates for all supported versions of Windows, and that includes Windows 8.1 and Windows 7, assuming you're paying for extended security updates for the latter. As usual, there are two sets of updates for the operating systems, one monthly rollup and one security-only update. The former rolls out to most users automat
  7. Patch Tuesday: Here's what's new for Windows 7 and 8.1 this month It is the second Tuesday of the month, which means that it is time for Patch Tuesday updates. As usual, all supported versions of Windows receive updates on Patch Tuesday, which include all Windows 10 versions other than version 1511, Windows 8.1, and only the users of Windows 7 that have opted to receive the Extended Security Updates (ESUs). As usual, these updates are split into two sets – a monthly rollup and a security-only update. While the monthly rollup can be installed via W
  8. Patch Tuesday: Here's what's new for Windows 8.1 and 7 this month We're 13 days into October, but it's not truly a new month until Microsoft releases its Patch Tuesday updates for Windows, and as we're on the second Tuesday of the month, that happens today. Along with all supported versions of Windows 10, there are also new cumulative updates rolling out to Windows 8.1 and some Windows 7 users. There are two kinds of updates for each operating system - the monthly rollup update and the security-only update. For Windows 8.1, the monthly rollup upda
  9. dotNET Framework 3.5 Offline Installer Tool is a tool that can be used to easily install the .NET Framework 3.5 offline designed for Windows 8 / 8.1 / 10 Features: ======== - Installing the .NET Framework 3.5 offline (included DVD or Windows installer ISO file) - Supports 2 (two) methods to install (Using Command Prompt and PowerShell) How to use: 1. Insert the DVD or mount the Windows ISO installer file ... 2. Select Drive Windows installer location ... 3. Click the "Install" button ... Changelog: ========= - Version 1.0 (08/03/2019) First
  10. Greetings everyone, I'm looking for software(freeware) to create multi-boot USB flash drive for Windows 7/8.1/10. Thanks in advance. Regards.
  11. WPD v1.2.855 Hi there! If you are here you have probably heard about rather tricky and complex Windows 10 privacy settings and how much data it can collect without user’s knowledge or consent. So, we have tried to resolve this problem and created WPD – a tweaker that contains all main settings in one place! You can customize Group Policy, Services and Tasks, responsible for data collection and sending, as you like. And furthermore, if you want, you can block a bunch of Microsoft's ip's to which data is sent. Disable Windows features and make various tweaks Wrapp
  12. Aero Glass integrates into the the Desktop Windows Manager without compromising any system components. It uses the native Direct3D device to render the effects and colors. You can change the transparency and base colors directly from the Windows Colorization Control Panel. This utility returns the complete glass effect into windows frames. - Apply glass look to windows borders - Blur the content behind the borders to improve UI experience - Change amount of transparency in Control panels directly - Change inactive windows borders color - Skin windows borders (add glow,
  13. can anyone give me iso link of windows 8 single language 64 bit (english version)
  14. Desktop gadgets and sidebar for Windows 8.1 ML As you may have noticed, Desktop Gadgets and Sidebar are missing in Windows since Windows 8 RTM. Personally, I don't miss gadgets since I did not use them. But a lot of people have been missing them. If you can't live without desktop gadgets, there is good news for you: desktop gadgets and sidebar are available for Windows 8.1. Note that it supports all possible Windows 8 languages, so you will get gadgets and sidebar's interface with your native language! Site: http://www.tusfiles.net Sharecode: /flldtyhm9gyb
  15. using this thread http://www.nsaneforums.com/topic/183846-windows-81-build-9600-rtm-download-links-permanent-activation-via-phone/ i already activate my windows 8.1 pro ..nice job.. i wonder... is it permanently? or 6 months of activation?? i used to activate windows using skype via phone
  16. kimomedhat

    Windows 8.1 RTM Drivers

    is there any driver updater software that fully support windows 8.1 RTM ?? Thanks for help
  17. I purchased a new PC for my son today. It came with Windows 8.1 installed. He is happy so won't be installing 7. Two things, It recognised home group when I tried to join to mine, I entered correct PW, however it said, needs permission, so help with this please. I also need to know how to get to Windows Updates.
  18. fr0zenm1stry

    Windows 8 Single language

    hi friends.... i have a hp envy dv6 (i7) laptop i got windows 8 single language edition pre installed with this lapy.. i changed my windows to windows 8 pro, i got problem when installing windows 8 pro because windows 8 single language key was installed in bios so i used PID.txt to intall windows 8 pro.... now i want to know what product key is install in my bios... is there any way that i know what product key in my lapotop's bios.... i know there are many sortware that check installed windows product key but my windows is install with different product key not my bios key... any software th
  19. mmmh! well the launch of Windows 8.1 has not been completely trouble free. I have already reported that Microsoft has pulled the Windows RT 8.1 update for unknown reasons. Now there's word that some people who updated from Windows 8 to Windows 8.1 no longer have any refresh or reset options. The issue was first reported on McAkins Online, and it affects people who bought and installed a retail copy of Windows 8 on their PC, either electronically from windows.com or from a retail DVD disc or ISO image. In very simple terms, installing Windows 8 creates a ESD file that allows users to refre
  20. Hi, this is for Windows 8 and 8.1 Anyone know of a way to remove the default checkmark (tick) from the tick box labled "use this app for all (extension) files" within the "How do you want to open this type of file?" dialog box? (found by using "open with, choose default program..." right-click context menu in file explorer) By default this box is always checked, and creates unintended file associations if you do not uncheck it before choosing a program Would be less of a nag if it defaulted as unchecked, as in this image: thanks for any solutions found! p.s. for perspective, in older versions
  21. fr0zenm1stry

    (req)Windows 8 upgrate to 8.1

    friends today i install windows 8 in my new hp laptop.. after install i install al update include kb..... (windows 8.1 store update) but unable to find windows 8.1 update in app store.. after a lot of googling i can't find any solution. no way i find to update to 8.1.. is there any way or any trick. is windows 8 activation backup successfully restore to 8.1 or any other thing... please help
  22. i tried to install windows 8.1 x86 and x64 on virtualbox on x86 = 1gb ram on x64 = 2gb ram on both architecture i had problem with virtualbox super slow performance black screen somethings etc. .. i tried it on vmware and wow perfect haha another thing.. i can't activate windows 8.1 pro on my physical machine using Windows and Office 2010 — 2013 KMS Activation Tw.bat By Ratiborus and KMSonline v1.8.3 RU By Ratiborus whoooo!!!!!!!!!!!
  23. All Activation Windows 7-8-10 v19.3 - 2018 All methods of activation in the hand tested after the "anti-piracy" KB971033 update DG Win & Soft offers you a complete collection of programs and ways to Activate Windows. All methods and programs personally verified by us many times and we can safely recommend them to you. NOTE: All programs must be Run as Administrator! Additional Information: - If you have a direct hand, you want to activate in the Off-line mode and no longer bother to search for keys every six months, then you are prepared activation via firm
  24. Microsoft Releases Out-of-Band Patch KB4578013 for Win8.1 Microsoft has released KB4578013 for Win8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 on 8/18/2020. This Update covers CVE-2020-1530 and CVE-2020-1537 Windows Remote Access Elevation of Privilege Vulnerabilities. These vulnerabilities were covered for other versions of Windows in the August Patch Tuesday updates. KB4578013 is being offered as a checked Important update through Windows Update. MITRE CVE-2020-1530 An elevation of privilege vulnerability exists when Windows Remote Access improperly
  25. Here's what's new for Windows 7 and 8.1 this Patch Tuesday If you look at your calendars today, you may notice that it's the second Tuesday of August, and that means it's time for this month's Patch Tuesday from Microsoft. As usual, every supported version of Windows is getting updates, and that includes Windows 8.1. Windows 7 is no longer support for most users, but if you're paying for Extended Security Updates (ESU), you can still get updates for a few more years. As usual, there are two types of updates going out - a monthly rollup update and
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