Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Windows 8.1 Changes: This is what's new

Microsoft has officially lifted the lid of the first major update to its desktop operating system Windows 8 and can confirm that it is a fairly important point update for users of the platform. Instead of the usual small incremental changes that we sometimes see with OS updates, Microsoft clearly had serious hat in the development of Windows 8.1. In addition to the proposed changes and surprisingly the Redmond-based company has also taken the opportunity to be a part of their native applications, and the introduction of some new applications with the 8.1 update will certainly be well received by users to work. Read on to find out what's new in Windows 8.1

Personalization on the agenda to make to have been. System improvements It seems that Windows 8 users have tried to use the operating system, so the design and development teams had not foreseen, leading to the possibility that those who upgrade to 8.1 turn on your PC or tablet into an animated presentation with Staff photo galleries from the lock screen. These galleries can be selected from a local source in the device in question or to choose from a cloud-based application with Microsoft SkyDrive. Users can now (if any) to capture images without having to also enter directly from the lock screen with the camera of the device


The new customization features was awarded the opportunity to do additional colors and backgrounds to choose for the Home screen with the most exciting part is probably the fact that it can be. Motion-based funds are used







And yes, as rumored, and confirmed by a series of leaked screenshots yesterday, the Start button in Windows 8.1 is very real, and does a spectacular return in this version.

Windows 8.1 will also bring changes in popular search charm now offer very easy to read the results in a list that is composed of a variety of different sources and understand. Microsoft hopes that the changes in this part of the system will make it easier and faster for users to do things.




Nearly all modern operating systems are complemented with native applications and app markets that may require additional software to be installed, and Windows 8 is no different. Microsoft has recognized the importance of native applications and a number of changes introduced with the release of Windows 8.1. An example of this is the photo application that is extended with additional editing features can be accessed by other applications, such as SkyDrive and Mail. The Music application also received a facelift to enable users to interact with your music collection better. Windows 8.1 also introduces some wonderful opportunities to interact with multiple applications simultaneously with the new format of opportunities, as well as a fantastic upgrade to the Windows Store, which will offer users much more information about the applications before.

The Windows Store based changes seem to be aimed at users with detailed information about the most popular, and although enhances the experience of Windows 8, it just seems to fall in line with other markets of successful applications. Changes in Microsoft SkyDrive application also ensures that users can access the files on the device or in the cloud and can be accessed even without an internet connection continuously. What's that you say? Want to use without a better and faster access to device settings via the Control Panel? Windows 8.1 provides the ability to get things improved as display settings, power management settings and resolution directly from the PC Setup area. Access

Internet Explorer has always been a controversial topic among internet users, but Microsoft has the importance of web browsing recognized and great changes with IE11. Microsoft has previously announced as Internet Explorer 10 is "built for touch", and that trend looks set to continue with the next generation of Internet Explorer, which has better performance and light touch fast loading of pages. For those who do not use the touch devices, or rather old school with a mouse and a physical keyboard, then the Redmond company also has you covered with Windows 8.1. Now there are options to change what each corner when the operating system is in use with the idea of ​​the dramatic improvement of navigation on the operating system for users of hardware accessories.

It seems that Microsoft has taken a step back heard consumer feedback and acted on it in the best possible way, while introducing some of their own changes. We can not wait to see what the future will bring. Changes for this operating system in evolution

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