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  1. Windows 8 does not alert users to new Windows Updates like previous versions of Windows. Some people like Windows to "be quiet" and not alert them to updates for various reasons. For those of us who do rely on notifications to important Windows Updates this is a good free solution. Once I ran this software I was informed that I did indeed have 6 Windows Updates waiting to be downloaded and installed. Be sure to look at the see the documentation page for install instructions and Screenshots.
  2. Found this on the blog at The Windows Club. Full blog post and instructions at The Windows Club. Super Mode in Windows 8
  3. Get the classic Start Menu back in Windows 8. http://majorgeeks.com/StartMenu8_d7934.html I'm not sure why but it does not run at startup for me like it's supposed to so I just put the .exe in my startup folder to solve that problem. It is v1.0.0 so maybe future updates will show some improvements but I like it as it is so far. Go to: C:Users{User Name}AppDataRoamingMicrosoftWindowsStart MenuProgramsStartup Copy/Paste this file into the Startup folder: C:Program Files (x86)IObitStartMenu8StartMenu8.exe
  4. Never had an interest in Surface until i saw "the making of Surface" video. I was amazed how the keyboard sticks so strongly to the tablet. I figure they must use Neodymium magnets, but may be annoying to take the keyboard off. Liking the color schemes of them too though for $100 kb, kinda stuck with whatever color you choose. I have a 1st gen Ipad, use it everyday but aside from keeping the apps i paid for and the higher res screen, not as much incentive to get an Ipad 3 considering the prices between them are the same and with Surface i would get the KB and built in kicksta
  5. http://www.thewindowsclub.com/create-bootable-windows-8-usb-drive thanks to, The Windows Club
  6. Here is how, Internet Explorer 10 in Windows 8, provides one web platform that supports two browsing experiences: the new Internet Explorer in the Windows Metro style UI experience that is optimized for touch devices, and the familiar browsing experience of Internet Explorer for the desktop. By default, in Windows 8, Internet Explorer 10 will open the version which matches your current environment. If you are on the Metro UI, it will open the Metro IE10. If you are working on your Windows 8 desktop, it will open the desktop version of IE10. It is the the Metro version of IE 10 that
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