Windows 8.1

Pro 64 Bit

Windows 8.1 is designed primarily as an operating system for client devices. This chapter covers getting started with Windows 8.1 and the fundamental tasks you need for Windows 8.1 administration. There have been many different versions of Windows over the years, including Windows 7 (released in 2009), Windows Vista (2006), and Windows XP (2001). While previous versions of Windows mainly ran on desktop and laptop computers, Windows 8 is also designed to run on tablets. Windows Media Center was Microsoft’s media PC interface, and allowed you to record live TV, manage and playback your media, and more. Media Center has been discontinued, but you can still get it for Windows 7 or 8.1. Because of this, the interface has been simplified so it will work with touchscreens.
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Pro 64 Bit
Processor: 2GHz or faster CPU or System on a Chip (SoC) Memory: 4 GB Minimum Hard drive space: 16 GB for Minimum. Graphics: DirectX 9 or later with WDDM 1.0 driver Display: 800×600

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Integrated / Pre-installed:

  • NET Framework 3.5
  • NET Framework 4.8
  • Important & Security Only Updates May 2020
  • Windows Defender Updates till May 2020


  • Windows 8.1 Pro

How to Fix:

  • If you want Pre-Fixed version for life please chose KMS version during installation.


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  • UEFI-ready
  • (Use attached Rufus USB-tool to make UEFI-bootable)
  • Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset 10.0 (Microsoft DaRT)
  • install.wim compressed to recovery format (install.esd) Create bootable USB (highly recommended) with Rufus, (attached) or burn to DVD-R at slow speed.