Whitepaper: Making the case for Windows 8.1
Posted on 07 October 2013.
With the evolution of the user interface in Windows 8, there were many concerns about the huge changes Microsoft made with the GUI. But lost in the discussion were all the substantial improvements made to the core operating system in terms of usability and manageability for users and organizations.


From virtualization to system refreshes and easier task management, Windows 8.1 has powerful new features that are much more than skin-deep. And if you're still missing that Start Button, there's even a fix to bring back the classic Windows menu.

Join instructor Mark Mizrahi as he leads you through six key features and updates in the Windows 8.1 operating system and why you should consider upgrading.





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