After the success of Windows 7, Microsoft struggled to maintain this position, and with the arrival of all kinds of mobile devices with touch screens, Windows had to be optimized for them. Finally, in mid-2012, Windows 8 and then Windows 8.1 (Windows 8.1 MSDN) were introduced to meet user needs.
In this version of Windows, Microsoft used a new design language and user interface, initially known as Metro, then unofficially renamed Modern and Windows 8 due to the complaint from German company Metro AG. The main feature of this user interface was to remove the traditional Windows Start menu and replace it with a separate screen and environment.
The main goal of this user interface was to optimize and have more functionality for users who use mobile devices such as Windows tablets. But Microsoft apparently forgot that a wide range of Windows users are still desktop users, and for this reason this Windows was not well received and Microsoft decided to attract the opinions of these users and also to solve other problems of Windows 8, a Full update to a new version of Windows 8 was finally released at the end of 2013, Windows Blue or Windows 8.1.
In the spring of 2014, Microsoft released another update for Windows 8.1 (Windows 8.1 MSDN) to further satisfy Windows desktop users. After updating this version of Windows 8.1, the user is taken directly to the desktop screen (a feature that was not present by default in the base version of Windows 8.1), as well as some changes for an increasingly efficient use of the desktop, mouse and keyboard There is an update to change the user interface of Windows 8 a little.
Although Microsoft has announced it, it will not provide another update in this manner; But in the last days of 2014 and in complete silence, another update called Update 3, also known as Update 4 on some sites, was introduced.
Windows 8.1 Features and FunctionalityWindows 8.1 MSDN):
– High speed of installation and download
– Attractive and friendly environment with faster access
– The presence of new and updated software such as alarm clock, video editing, calculator, voice recorder, etc.
– Internet Explorer 11 with new features and higher speed
– Ability to login using image
– Windows multitasking optimization
– Using ribbon design in Windows Explorer
– Support for high resolution screens
– It has the latest version of DirectX, i.e. 11.2
– Optimized the image display tool and solved the problem of displaying individual images
– Ability to pin Windows Store software to desktop
– Has a built-in virtual drive to simulate common image formats such as ISO
– Optimization of the environment of this PC or old computer and old workstation
– Return start button and try to reconcile desktop user with new start menu
Windows 8.1 AIO 8in1 Version Notes:
Windows 8.1, like Windows 8, comes in four main editions: Professional, Core, RT, and Enterprise, and the RT version is designed for ARM processors.
– The Enterprise version has more features for business users than the Professional version, but it does not have the option to install Windows Media Center. Media Center also exists as a separate add-on and is not installed by default in the main professional version.
– In this release, all editions of .NET Framework will be installed with Windows.
– This version must also be activated after installation, the latest version of the best Windows 8.1 cracks are included in the Windows ISO file.
Features of versions:
The commercial version is suitable for activation via Skype.
The volume version is suitable for activation with existing cracks.
The WMC version includes Windows Media Center for better multimedia capabilities.
The embedded version is intended for installation on special devices such as ATMs.
The N version is without Windows Media Player.
System requirements for Windows 8.1
(Processor: 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster with support for PAE, NX and SSE2 (more info
(RAM: 1 gigabyte (GB) (32-bit) or 2 GB (64-bit
(Hard disk space: 16 GB (32 bit) or 20 GB (64 bit)
Graphic card: Microsoft DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM driver
Windows 8.1 picture
After downloading and extracting, there are two ways to install; One is to burn Windows to DVD using software such as PowerISO or UltraISO or using Rufus software. Copy to flash.
Detailed specifications of the MSDN version:
Microsoft Windows 8.1 with Update 3 Enterprise MSDN x86
File name: en_windows_8.1_enterprise_with_update_x86_dvd_6050710.iso
Microsoft Windows 8.1 with Update 3 Enterprise MSDN x64
File name: en_windows_8.1_enterprise_with_update_x64_dvd_6054382.iso
Microsoft Windows 8.1 with Update 3 Professional Volume MSDN x86
File name: en_windows_8.1_pro_vl_with_update_x86_dvd_6050918.iso
Microsoft Windows 8.1 with Update 3 Professional Volume MSDN x64
File name: en_windows_8.1_pro_vl_with_update_x64_dvd_6050880.iso
Default retail channel keys (installation)
Basic Edition: 334NH-RXG76-64THK-C7CKG-D3VPT
Professional Edition: XHQ8N-C3MCJ-RQXB6-WCHYG-C9WKB
Enterprise Edition: FHQNR-XYXYC-8PMHT-TV4PH-DRQ3H
gVLK KMS keys (only to be used with KMS activation)
Base Edition: M9Q9P-WNJJT-6PXPY-DWX8H-6XWKK
Professional Edition: GCRJD-8NW9H-F2CDX-CCM8D-9D6T9
Enterprise Edition: MHF9N-XY6XB-WVXMC-BTDCT-MKKG7
The difference between the versions in terms of activation:
* STD = standard installation – For those who have their own license key
* KMS = Enabled by KMS_VL_ALL
* OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) will automatically
* activate the original version installed by the manufacturer.