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Apps in win 8 close after a second

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Do you use genuine windows or cracked.
This usually happens in cracked windows 8.

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How to split screen on Windows 8.1 using one app?


I guess you need to open the one app two times. Then carry out the split screen procedure. See link for clear details off this
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Can I install Windows 8.1 64-bit on this machine?


First of all, 64 bit software will only install on a computer that has a dual processor or higher. Secondly, Win 8 is a piece of garbage. XP is the fastest operating system of the group since it is the smallest size. If it is doing the job for you I would not upgrade. If the upgrade bug is getting the better part of you, I would consider Win 7 but NEVER 8.

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1 GB increase


hi

not every motherboard or on board video is compatible with windows 8

what windows was it running previously

windows 8 was designed for 64 bit platforms which requires 4 gig of ram but you have to also take into account the other hardware components and there maximum configuration

i have run win 8 on 2 gig of ram but it struggles with you tube downloads

i upgraded the ram to 4 gig and run win xp win 7 and win 8.1 on the hard drive

cheers

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I have a dell pc whitch is preloded with win 8. Now i want to use WIN 8 in another laptop as genune and WIN 7 in DELL pc


Frist Turn off window update on those laptop where you have window 8 then take a window 8 dvd and reinstall it on this laptop then activate it on this laptop in this case you have to close you window automatic on one laptop at a time then you can use one window on both laptop. you can follow my blog also-configureserver.blogspot.com



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Metro mode windows 8


  1. On the Start screen, find the Desktop icon and tap it to switch.
  2. Once you are in the old desktop look Right-click the taskbar at the bottom (or tap and hold there for a second to bring up the menu)
  3. Click on Properties and go to Navigation.
  4. Under Start screen, check the "When I sign in or close all apps on a screen, go to the desktop instead of Start" option
  5. Click on OK and restart the system
For advance users and more information refer to article: http://knowledgepedia.net/index.php/knowledgebase/23-how-to-switch-between-desktop-and-metro-ui-mode-in-windows-8
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Where can I find systems tray


On the main screen where you have all the apps there will be a tile with desktop written on it if you click on it it will give you the regular desktop screen similar to to win 7 ,vista.

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Will not recognize extra sata hard drive with win 7 lenovo running win 8


need to go to bios and do change settings. ive never done it with two hdd's i just partition and dual boot. os's were win 7 64 bit and win 8 64 bit.

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