People move fast, projects move fast and Microsoft itself NEEDS to move fast. Shouldn't it be bundled with the Windows Store installer version? Run the file INSTALL " administrator" !- 2. Computer Type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom self built OS 64-bit Windows 10 CPU Intel i7-3930K 3.2 Ghz (O/C to 4 Ghz) Motherboard ASRock X79 Extreme11 Memory 32 GB (8GBx4) G.SKILL
Aero style is saved!Cursors and sounds the same from Windows 8...************************************- Confession icon pack for Windows 7 ~x32- Confession icon pack for Windows 7 ~x64************************************- The theme with green progressbar ~Final_rp+rtm_green_progressbar************************************- Skip to Navigation Skip to Content SuperSite for Windows Search: Stay Connected TwitterFacebookGoogle+RSS IT/Dev Connections About Newsletter Register Log In Username or e-mail: * Password: * Remember me Forgot Your Password? And why won't the QFEs be delivered via Windows update until after GA?
Simplification means you don't add features that you've previously cut. I hope Paul or someone else close to this can get us some hard facts. I don't see any other way except for them to offer more hardware that is customized for the experience that they envision users should have with their platform. There were changes made to the RTM that aren't included in the release Preview.
Login or register to post comments Joshua007 on Oct 2, 2013 "Given the precarious nature of Windows 8, I think Microsoft is making a huge mistake here. But in declaring "RTM," Microsoft also not so subtly changed the meaning of the term. Instead, Microsoft will use this time to "optimize the overall [Windows 8.1] experience for customers" and "put the finishing touches on Windows 8.1 to ensure a quality experience at general availability Computer Type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number ASUS OS Windows 8.1 Pro CPU AMD FX 8320 Motherboard Crosshair V Formula-Z Memory 16 gig DDR3 Graphics Card ASUS R9 270 Screen Resolution 1440x900
This allows the product to have a successful launch day without anti-MS bloggers attacking the product 2-3 weeks in advance. the way they did with Xbox One. Reply vbn237jr Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2014 Can you change the color of task bar back like invisble like normal ??? Reply Misaki2009 Featured By Owner May 3, 2013 Student Digital Artist If you want you have my permission to edit the theme, I'm just sorry I couldn't finish it Reply UnclWish
You push it out the door fast, and then continually update it. And that is not fast. The difference between RP and RTM is like the difference between a house that's "almost done" and house that's finished, inspected, and you've moved into it. Not that long ago, Microsoft used to talk a big game about being People-Ready(TM).
My hope is Windows 8.1 is a success and the Apps work seemlessly, and pray for good Windows hardware. This trick should work on any version of a test Windows 8 build anyway. Simply find the n:\sources\cversion.ini file on the media and open it with notepad. Change the two numbers from 8508 to 7100 save and close the file.
I understand I will receive a complimentary subscription to TechRepublic's News and Special Offers newsletter, and the Daily Digest newsletter (you can opt out at any time). If they are going to do rapid release, just put it out. Use their talented dev teams to add exclusive features, or just buy them up and consolidate their software and hardware teams into Microsoft. Am i missing anything by choosing Release Preview?
Major fail!!!!" Down the line, MS will need to come up with something which will please developers/testers and meet MS's need to have control over the public release. So do it! on Aug 28, 2013 When I first loaded Windows 8, I tried it out for about an hour, and decided it was crap and reformatted.
I don't see any material benefit to MS to hold it back other than needing more time to get things in a solid state. thx ^^ Reply RaulDJ Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2013 Thank you very much for this theme. Microsoft execs said in September 2011 that there would be one public developer test build of Windows 8 (which came to be known as the Developer Preview), one public "beta" (the the 700Mb thing..
i.e. It has a nice, simple transparency to it. Right now it just looks like they don't care, when I have a hard time believing that is the truth. Login or register to post comments jwpear on Aug 28, 2013 We all know it just isn't ready.
Nonetheless, will their customers pay for such decisions? Source & Image: Knowledge Exchange via DBA Star Tags Windows 8MicrosoftRelease previewRtmUpgradeWindows Like Tweet Share Share Report a problem with article Follow @TwitterDev Previous Story UK politician wants fastest broadband in Changes in Windows 8 Release Preview in General Support For those who have already tried it, please feel free to comment in this thread the changes you have found compared to Are there some amazing new capabilities in 8.1 that are just not available in 8 that will make the 'new' apps insanely desirable.
However, he felt that "Microsoft seems to have nailed it. Elsewhere, the Consumer Preview allowed users to personalise the list of tools used for publicly available contracts, including sharing and choosing files (part of the WinRT programming model, contracts allow applications Windows Vista enters last year of extended support Apr 11, 2016 · Hot! Placeholder Metro apps from the Developer Preview, including Skydrive and Mail, were fleshed out and new ones — Bing Maps, for example — introduced.