Desktop Software Operating Systems Microsoft Windows 8.1 (ISO) 64-bit

Microsoft Windows 8.1 (ISO) 64-bit Preview for Windows

by Microsoft Corp.

Avg. Rating 1.1 (35 votes)

File Details

File Size 3,495.8 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 8
Date Added
Total Downloads 1,250
Publisher Microsoft Corp.
Homepage Microsoft Windows 8.1
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Publisher's Description

Windows 8.1 Preview and Windows RT 8.1 Preview are prerelease versions of Windows 8.1. They build on Windows 8 and bring you more ways to stay productive, have fun, and do all the things you need and want to do on your PC. Windows 8.1 Preview and Windows RT 8.1 Preview include enhancements in personalization, search, apps, the Windows Store, and cloud connectivity, and have the security and reliability features you expect from Windows. They're fast, and made to work on a variety of form factors - especially the new generation of touch devices.

Latest Reviews

B__B

B__B reviewed vPreview on Nov 10, 2013

All ads talks about "start button", while it is indeed an outright SCAM as it brings to the rightfully hated Metro screen, it has nothing to do with a working start button (or a functional application launcher).
Still, they insist in interrupting workflow with full screen modal dialogs and lousy apps, totally unfit to compare favorably with previous generation.
All other updates are even more tighter integration with MS/NSA "services".
I take this release as a personal big middle f1nger from Redmond to any Windows user.
Well I guess Windows 8 debacle (snail-slow replacement rate, accelerating free falling of PC market, developers, corporate users and OEM flocking to Android) was not enough to teach MS the lesson, so Redmond be prepared for the well deserved second serving of bashing.

Belial666

Belial666 reviewed vPreview on Jun 29, 2013

They are gonna policies,and making the minor versions free for owners of the major version,since they'll replace service packs. From thier site http://windows.microsoft...en-us/windows-8/preview .So if you own Win8,then 8.1 is free when it comes out.I haven't had any issues yet,except I miss startmenu,but I got that fixed with another software.

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed vPreview on Jun 29, 2013

Clean install only.. no upgrade and no downgrade also when the final comes out you can not upgrade to that ... that has been MS policy since windows 7.

Avg. Rating 1.1 (35 votes)
Your Rating
B__B

B__B reviewed vPreview on Nov 10, 2013

All ads talks about "start button", while it is indeed an outright SCAM as it brings to the rightfully hated Metro screen, it has nothing to do with a working start button (or a functional application launcher).
Still, they insist in interrupting workflow with full screen modal dialogs and lousy apps, totally unfit to compare favorably with previous generation.
All other updates are even more tighter integration with MS/NSA "services".
I take this release as a personal big middle f1nger from Redmond to any Windows user.
Well I guess Windows 8 debacle (snail-slow replacement rate, accelerating free falling of PC market, developers, corporate users and OEM flocking to Android) was not enough to teach MS the lesson, so Redmond be prepared for the well deserved second serving of bashing.

Belial666

Belial666 reviewed vPreview on Jun 29, 2013

They are gonna policies,and making the minor versions free for owners of the major version,since they'll replace service packs. From thier site http://windows.microsoft...en-us/windows-8/preview .So if you own Win8,then 8.1 is free when it comes out.I haven't had any issues yet,except I miss startmenu,but I got that fixed with another software.

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed vPreview on Jun 29, 2013

Clean install only.. no upgrade and no downgrade also when the final comes out you can not upgrade to that ... that has been MS policy since windows 7.

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