Start64!Here's how to convert your 32 bit windows to 64 bit. For this demonstration we use Windows 8, but it will work on most versions of Windows without a problem. All you have to do is make sure your computer is compatible with 64 bit by checking in your computer settings as shown in the video, and then install Windows 64 bit over your existing operating system.

Start64!Upgrade my computer to Windows 8 64bit Since the Price was cheap at 69.99USD

 

Start64!This tutorial shows how to install windows 8 64-bit from the install cd onto a samsung 7 series laptop. I describe how then install drivers, office preview, and then create a refresh image. It is my recommendation when running windows 8 to use a microsoft outlook email address. It works better with all microsoft products and is becoming better than gmail. If you don't have one, make one.

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Start64!This updated and improved guide covers all the major operating systems including the newly released Microsoft Windows 8 & Google's Chrome OS

Start64!You need to be very careful when you want to upgrade from a 32-bit version of Windows to a 64-bit version of Windows 8. Microsoft, for whatever reason, decided to make things complicated. If you run the Upgrade Advisor to buy a copy of Windows 8 online, you will always get the version of Windows 8 that is corresponding to the currently installed version of the operating system.

Start64!Not surprisingly, the release of Windows 8 has been accompanied by an avalanche of questions related to upgrading. And here’s a classic question: You’re running a 32-bit version of Windows XP, Vista, or 7, but you want to upgrade to a 64-bit version of Windows 8. How does that work?

Start64!The two major editions of Windows 8, Windows 8 (standard) and Windows 8 Pro, can each come in either 64-bit or 32-bit format. Knowing which type of Windows 8 you have is important so you choose the correct drivers and software for your operating system.

Start64!In less than two weeks, Windows 8 will be available for anyone to buy and install on their personal computers or simply, upgrade their current operating system. But is Windows 8 any good? Since I will focus on performance this will not be a review but a gaming performance comparison between Windows 7 and Windows 8.

Start64!I install Windows 8 Professional 64-bit and go over some of the features including the new Windows Update.

Start64!Remote Server Administration Tools for Windows 8 includes Server Manager, Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-ins, consoles, Windows PowerShell cmdlets and providers, and command-line tools for managing roles and features that run on Windows Server 2012. In limited cases, the tools can be used to manage roles and features that are running on Windows Server 2008 R2 or Windows Server 2008. Some of the tools work for managing roles and features on Windows Server 2003.

Start64!Just after the RTM build of Windows 8 became available for some users earlier this month, AMD released their latest graphics drivers for their Radeon chips, which supported the RTM version of Windows 8. By contrast, its main rival in the PC graphics chip business, NVIDIA, has been slower to update their drivers to support the latest version of Windows 8.

Start64!When Windows 8 is launched to the general public on October 26th, Microsoft will offer both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of the OS. Both versions will also come with the "Modern" (previously Metro) user interface as well as the more traditional desktop UI.

Start64!As I have shared the process of creating Windows 7 AIO – An ISO Image, comprising all editions in one bootable media earlier, now I am sharing the way of creating Windows 8 AIO (All-In-One) bootable ISO. In this blog post, you will walk through the step by step instructions to create Windows 8 AIO (All-in-One) ISO USB/DVD.

Start64!For those who have not been following the recent headlines, Windows 8 Release to Manufacturing (RTM) leaked in several variants and Microsoft just recently released the RTM to MSDN/TechNet subscribers. If you are curious to see the post-installation and first experience, take a look at this short video!

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