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Windows 8.1 should continue to see security patches through EOL but it's doubtful it will receive any more significant changes.
It might get the Edge Browser?
I'm in the Love Windows 8.1 camp. I see no problem with Windows 8.1 and think it's awesome, especially on my Windows tablets.
So, I uninstalled nearly everything off the tablet (this is an Irulu 10.1" tablet) including the Office 365 that came with it. I also disabled the hybrid mode. I was able to squeeze a wee bit above 12GB of free space.
It looks like it is updating to Windows 10. It successfully download the...
Citrix Online Launcher is used for many applications, mainly GoToWebinar and GoToMyPc which are both remote access applications.
I am sure there are other applications that use this Citrix launcher.
One way to find out is go to your control panel, programs and features, wait for the list of...
I would get it for my desktop computer but I am leery about putting on my Windows 8 tablet. Windows 8.1 works so well on my tablet I don't want to mess anything up. It's hard to imagine anything working better than 8.1 on a tablet, And I think I would miss the charms bar.
There is absolutely no reason why the second monitor would not work as a touch screen (either mirror mode or extended mode). Just be sure to follow the instructions that came with the monitor to hook it up. Sometimes there are extra cables like a USB cable to get the touch screen to work. I...
Windows RT (and Windows RT 8.1) is available on several devices that run ARM processors. Standard Windows will not run on an ARM processor so this special version of Windows 8 was created to do just that and dubbed "Windows RT".
You cannot run x86 apps on Windows RT. Just apps that are...
I have 2 PC's with Windows 8.1 (retail) and I have already received my invites for Windows 10.
I also have a laptop with Windows 7 and I received my invite for Windows 10 on it.
I have an OEM Windows 8.1 tablet (it was shipped from the factory with Windows 8.1) and
the vendor even listed that...
One of the reasons this can happen is if the time and date are not properly set.
I don't know about your region but here in the US all Windows 8 computers and tablets come with Pacific time as the default.
We have to go in and manually change this if we are in a different time zone.
I have to admit, I had images of speaking with a Microsoft rep from India on the phone, crying and pleading
and begging. But, that just wasn't the case.
I have (had) a 5 year old PC that I upgraded to Windows 8 (and eventually 8.1) about 18 months ago.
6 months ago the motherboard quit on me...