Microsoft Windows 8.1 Overview – Newegg TV Updated on March 19, 2014 By Windows Guy 25 Comments newegg.com | Operating Systems: bit.ly/19NZHvr sku: 32-416-712 Windows 8.1 has new ways for you to personalize your PC, and includes a wave… Video Rating: 4 / 5 Find More Windows 8.1 Backgrounds Articles By Windows Guy 25 Comments Billy Boy March 19, 2014 im runing windows 8.1 its ok i use it like windows 7 don’t see the point nickscomputerfix March 19, 2014 Nicely done video. huey Freeman March 19, 2014 Does the 8.1 Pro include Microsoft’s office or words MrAPEXPREDATORKO March 19, 2014 windows 8.2 should have the choice of normal desktop or win8 Freak271317 March 19, 2014 So I bought a new computer. After I do initial setup of windows 8 and try to restart. It boots up to nothing. Can’t do Shift + F8, Can’t do Ctrl+Alt+Del. FML David Boggs March 19, 2014 windows 8 PERIOD, is horrible. Windows 7 runs not only better, but BETTER, and its visual components make sense for that not of a touchscreen. And its stupid touch screen(thats what it really is) is always running int he backround. kevin dasilva March 19, 2014 amazing windows 8.1 is pure awesomeness SpaceBurgerLP March 19, 2014 So, I am building a new high end gaming rig. Would you suggest I get win8.1 or stick with win7. I do not plan on getting a touch screen and I will have this rig for about 4 years. anyone with experience in both please reply. I am currently attending university for software engineering. I am mostly concerned that win7 is beginning to lose software update supports, and as for win8.1 I am concerned some programs and games will not be compatable. I am currently using win7. Red Rider March 19, 2014 I don’t like Metro! It is bad! orasis March 19, 2014 Do you know a big reason why 8 sucks? Ok, it’s simple. No file explorer in Metro. You have to bounce back to Desktop to do it. — Microsoft – Geniuses at work. William Putman March 19, 2014 This is an excellent clip to watch for both the inexperienced as well as the experienced. I learned a few new tricks as I am sure all of you will too orasis March 19, 2014 “Live tiles which a lot of people are very fond of.” –LIAR! notispanos32 March 19, 2014 Windows 8.1 is like using an old version of Windows and saying this is old technology. whoever designed this, is old fashioned Wayne Chattillon March 19, 2014 Windows 8.1 Pro Comes with 2 dvds the 32bit dvd is the 32bit version the 64bit dvd is the 64bit vewrsion DarkZennen March 19, 2014 At first I thought Windows 8 was garbage but after watching this video it actually looks pretty cool and not as confusing as people say it is Androxean March 19, 2014 Is there a way to just make that start menu button on the desktop to act exactly like windows 7 instead of opening up to the metro interface, i want it to just open the stuff like it was in windows 7 Knick Knack March 19, 2014 Still no option to choose a more traditional start menu?? That was MY biggest gripe, hate knowing I have to use a third party app just for a start menu that looks traditional. spyj1220 March 19, 2014 why didn’t they just make it a firmware update instead of making us have to pay more money??? Shaun T March 19, 2014 what case is that to the left? John David Dunson March 19, 2014 there’s another significant difference between retail and OEM: Say you install windows on “Computer A”. Then a year later, you throw “Computer A” in the trash and install windows on “Computer B”. You can’t do that with the OEM key. It will only ever work for the first computer you use it on. With the FULL VERSION key, you can still only have windows on one computer at a time, but you can call microsoft and get them to reset your key so that you can use it on a new computer. tinman4067 March 19, 2014 I can’t stand the windows 8 UI. I understand the growing market of the mobile world, but Microsoft needs to stop trying to turn my PC into a fucking tablet! Hopefully the next OS will be better, assuming we keep following the hit and miss pattern of Microsoft’s OS’s. David Thompson March 19, 2014 WINDOZE 8.1 _64 Bit OEM $99.00 , DVD, NOT DLC . DEAL !!! ☆★☆★☆★☆★ FragmentalStew March 19, 2014 I think he said oem is comes with either the 32 bit or 64 bit version, where retail comes with both. Also, oem does not give you support from micrsoft where retail does. So, if you don’t need both 32 bit and 64 bit disks and you don’t need support from microsoft, oem is equal. That’s what I understood. keith holmes March 19, 2014 whats the difference between 64 bit and 32 bit Adriel Garcia March 19, 2014 i have a question, im in need of a new install for windows 7 but i dont dont want to be able to install windows 3 times before the product key is useless… so my question is what kind of windows do i need to do many installs, as i install windows alot. so i want to be able to install windows multiple times without getting product key errors…thanks i hope you guys can help. Comments are closed.