Microsoft has devoted a section of the official website of the Windows Upgrade Windows 8.1, placing it about its basic functions and features.
According to published information, the basic task of Windows 8.1 is to improve the functions required employees of different companies and businesses, “We have created a Windows 8 to the professionals had the opportunity to stay in touch with your clients and colleagues at any time and in any place. Windows 8.1 will provide you with new networking features, mobility and security, working on the most powerful platform designed specifically for today’s business, “- according to the website.
Among the upgrades that will give Windows 8.1, marked, including a handy file synchronization, advanced authentication for access to corporate resources, simplified connection to the printer with Wi-Fi and NFC. Also, the Windows 8.1 users will be able to set up your device so that it is immediately displayed when you turn on the desktop, bypassing the Start screen. Updates will make some improvements in the work of the 11th version of Internet Explorer.
Many users of Windows 8 expected to return from an upgrade button “Start”, which seems to really be there now.
Microsoft is planning to present a preliminary version of Windows 8.1 on June 26 before the official release update, scheduled for a later time.
First look at Windows 8.1
Jensen Harris from the Windows Team shows some highlights of what to expect in Windows 8.1 coming later this year as a free update for Windows 8 customers.
The main changes in the interface Windows 8.1
- New customization (wallpaper, color, animation).
- Sorting alphabetically installed applications, frequency of use.
- Group work on the tiles.
- New sizes of tiles.
- Advanced search Bing.
- On the classic desktop is visible button “Start”.
- Now on the screen can accommodate up to 4 Metro applications.
- Metro sizes application width is no longer linked to the two states, and may vary depending upon user desires.
Windows RT 8.1Build 9410 Demo
Michael Niehaus demos a pre-release Windows RT 8.1 build at TechEd 2013.
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