Windows 8 was a real topic of discussion when Microsoft was about to launch its beta version. Just like promised, it turned out to be a real wonder, with added features that make your hours on the computer real fun. Even though the operating systems were introduced embedded with the latest features, they lack something that the manufacturers noticed missing only when the operating system was used for a while by customers. Just like the launching of new editions every year, Windows 8.1 is to be launched, and the date of release is yet to be announced.
Those who run Windows 8 or Windows RT on their computers are lucky enough to get the new versions, as the new patches will be downloaded once the Windows 8.1 Public preview is launched on the servers of Microsoft.
Features of Windows 8.1
The modern user interface of Windows 8.1 is expected to simplify the hassle of using keyboard and mouse support while connected to printers. The users of Windows 8 and Windows RT will receive a notification to download the updates and upon completion, they can enjoy the new version of Windows 8.1. The others can try the beta testers, which will be released without any charge, and you can enjoy the version 8 from scratch. The current users of Windows 8 can retain all their applications in the computer, even if the Windows 8 upgrade is downloaded. The new beta will make you reinstall the Modern UI app that was installed from Windows Store, or installed manually.
To avoid this hassle, Microsoft suggests avoiding installing the Windows 8.1 public preview, which makes you reinstall certain apps. Instead, try to take a leap from Windows 8 or Windows RT to 8.1, without giving a chance to reinstall any apps. If you wish to stick on with Windows 8, the decision is left to you. You can simply skip acknowledging the notification for the upgrade.
But if you take a look at Windows 8 upgrade features, you will definitely wish to give it a try.
It is not just that; you get more from Windows 8.1 than you ever did from