Wednesday, May 25, 2016

8.1 enterprise 64bit full version + free download

Software overview:

From Facebook to the full-ftured Mail app and modern Outlook to a "peek" bar in the modern version of Internet Explorer 11 to the new Scan app to the new Bing logo, you now get nrly all of the promised 8.1 extras.

We are still waiting for the touch versions of the apps and the web playlist tool in the Music app, but that's the way things work in 's new "continuous development" world. And of course you get the interface changes and SkyDrive integration we saw in the 8.1 Preview.

SkyDrive is built in to sync files - on both 8.1 and 8.1 RT - as well as settings and the layout for your Start screen and desktop taskbar.

But 's second bite at the converce of PCs and tablets doesn't back away from what we still want to call Metro; in fact there are more built in modern apps than in 8, more settings you can change without jumping to the desktop and more options for how you place modern apps on screen.

The question is how well these two worlds sit together, and how much of an improvement has been able to deliver in a yr.

If you alrdy have 8, upgrading to 8.1 is very simple. It will be the first app you see every time you open the Store and the installation happens very quickly.

You don't have to reinstall your desktop appliions or your Store apps, and all your files are still there (as are libraries and the icons pinned to your taskbar.

8.1Update 8.1 Preview to RTM and you get your Start screen layout but you have to click the tiles to install apps

If you sign in with a account you haven't used before, you might have to use a that emails or texts to you (if you've set that up in the past) to confirm it's you; that works like trusting a PC in 8 but you don't have to do it as a separate step.

If you have 7 (or rlier versions), you have to install 8 (the same process as when 8 first came out) and then upgrade to 8.1.

If you've been trying the 8.1 Preview, you can't upgrade directly to the RTM version (which warned people about all along).

If you can't revert to 8, you still do the update from the Store and your files will stay on the system, but you'll have to reinstall your desktop programs.

If you've alrdy upgraded another PC using the same account you'll see tiles for the Store apps you have installed on that other PC (marked with a little download icon) and you can tap on the tiles to install them.

Once you've got into the 8 and 8.1 world, upgrades become almost smless (previews aside). You just have to get there.

Download links:

Download 8.1 enterprise version 64 bit free download:


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Mirror links:

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Installing instructions:
1. Download the file above either first one with two links or second one with one.
2. Extract it you will get a ISO file.
3. Now you need to crte a boot-able pen drive in order to install 8.1.
4. Download 7 USB/ toolfrom here.
5. Follow the on- screen instructions in order to make your pen drive boot-able (plug-in any pen drive grter than 4 GB size).
6. After making pen drive boot-able, restart your system and select boot from pen drive instd of boot from hard in boot settings(erally this option is rched by pressing F10 or F12 or any other given to your laptop at start of computer)
7. After selecting pen drive the system restarts and computer loads files from pen drive to install 8.1(If it asks for plse srch on net there are many available).
9. Follow on screen instructions to install 8.1.
10. That's all. Enjoy 8.

After installing active 8.1 using below (if you don't have which you purchased)

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