We are redirecting this site to parent site windowstechit.com.
I previously separated Windows 8/8.1 content entities into this blog. I was hoping to add more relevant articles. But TIME didn’t permit to design and update new content. The parent site is about Microsoft technologies, Related Software, How-To guides, Products of Office, OneDrive, Skype, Hardware related and many other SaaS product tutorials.
Visit the parent site to get your old articles of Windows 8 and 8.1. They are divided into two subdomains – windowstechit.com/windows-8/ and windowstechit.com/windows-8-1/ and the links are in the primary menu.
Windows 8 released in 2012
- What happens when the mic volume is too low?
- How to get Windows 8 recovery disk?
- What happens when Windows 8 updates fail?
So many answered questions on the major changes to the user interface and user experience on tablets, laptop and desktop. With the new Microsoft OS in the town, who will answer the standard questions posed my regular users of Windows 8.
We developed so many articles to answer problems faced on HDMI, Sound, Video, Graphics and many others. The drivers required for different brand laptops are also mentioned. For complete details go through our new redirected site. eight.windowstechit.com
Answers to Windows 8.1
To reinstall Windows 8.1, you can always use the official Microsoft link to download the ISO. Then use any USB to write the OS and boot the laptop. Install and get all the features.
But as of Jan, 2023, the support for Windows 8.1 has ended. You have to move to the new OS of Windows 11/10. Just like any other Microsoft community user, old habits die hard.
You learnt the learning curve hard to adjust to the new surroundings.
- What will you do when you face Windows 8.1 BSOD error?
- How does Windows 8.1 vs Windows 10 performance compare?
- What is you have no sound on Windows 8.1 computer?
To answer all these queries, we spent weekly to get the precise answers from the Microsoft Software Community and other forums. These are tested, tried and the solutions then given.
For complete details, go to the redirected site for the same articles – eightone.windowstechit.com