This update, previously referred to as Windows 8.1 Update 1 and Windows 8 Spring Update, is free for all Windows 8 owners. If you’re running Windows 8.1, you must install this update to receive security patches that were released after April 8, 2014. The first screen has you install important updates.

In the popup windows, you can see there are several startup items listed here. Select the item you don’t need and click Disable to continue. Then check the option Hide all Microsoft services and click Disable all to continue. After you have disabled the antivirus software, you can launch Windows Update and check whether the issue that Windows Update keeps turning off is solved. Then you can see there are several options available for you.

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All the things considered Remo Optimizer is the only tool you need to improve the performance of your computer. It does not seem to be my download speed, but rather the part that happens after the forced restart. If it’s too full, you’ll find that getting what you need out of it can take too long and be too much work. ???? ??????? ???? When you download and install programs, files, photos, and extensive music libraries onto your PC, all of it gets saved onto your hard drive.

Does the KMS server need 25 klients for each “Windows version” to become active? I was under the impressions that it was the total number of clients? I´m wondering because my Win client says that “The count reported by your Key Management Service is insufficient”.

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Changing this to disabled on my Vista and windows 7 laptops connected by a cat cable increased the adaptor usage from 2% to 99% after I restarted the download. This is important — select ‘Keep personal files and apps’ here only to install the updates. Otherwise, you may lose data from your hard disk or SSD. Microsoft’s Media Creation Tool helps users to create bootable USB flash drives or burn .ISO to a DVD. I prefer USB drives because you can always start over if something goes wrong.