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The new Windows 8
Quenching the excitements and long awaits, came the Windows 8 developer preview for all those Windows fans over the world to have a first look and feel of Microsoft’s new operating system. Users, along with our Windows 7 Support team are just so amazed with the new operating system that gives an entirely new dimension to the Windows plot. Windows 8 comes with awesome features that has left many users spellbound to the thought that Microsoft could bring such an abrupt change to what we called ‘Windows’ so far. It seems that with Windows 8, Windows would evolve into ‘Super Windows’!
Erring Windows 8
Anyway, it’s just the developer preview that’s out now; the final blend of the operating system is still under development. As such, it’s normal for any gizmo to err in its infancy; and so does Windows 8. Certain Windows 8 problems are reported with Windows 8 after its installation on computers, even though they don’t cause any adverse effects. However, Microsoft has always had a remedy at hand in case the need arose. Let’s discuss one such Windows 8 problem that confused the users, and the resolution recommended by Microsoft.
Some users of Windows 8 Developer preview complain that on their Windows 8 installed computer, a text input element that should display right to left in Internet Explorer, displays incorrectly. That is, instead of displaying right to left, the text appears mirrored, from left to right. Windows 7 Support says that these Windows 8 problems have been confirmed in the pre-beta version by Microsoft. Anyway, Microsoft has also succeeded in providing a complete resolution to this issue.
Resolve your Windows 8 problems with reversed Text input
As it’s a known issue with the Windows 8 developer preview, Microsoft has provided the remedial measure through an update (KB2614194.This update is accessible via your Windows Update program. The Microsoft team advises to resolve your Input text issues by installing the particular update from the Microsoft update website. To apply the changes on your computer and to troubleshoot the issue, you’ll need to restart the computer after running the Update.
Even though such problems with your operating system may seem harmless, without timely correction, you might end in catastrophic results. So, it is advised to troubleshoot every issue on your PC, however small the problems may be. For any support you might need on troubleshooting such Windows 8 problems, you can always rely on the Windows 8 support team.