Posts Tagged ‘WINDOWS’

It looks like Metro apps on the desktop will happen before Windows 9 arrives. Microsoft’s first big update to Windows 8.1may let you do it when it arrives this spring.

More leaked images have been shared by WZor, and they offer a closer look at some of the key changes Microsoft is working on for Windows 8.1 Update 1.

The first clue we got that Metro apps were heading to the desktop was that they could be pinned to the taskbar in an earlier leaked build. In WZor’s latest images, you can see that Metro apps are finally getting a title bar. Microsoft’s done it well, too, integrating the new controls in a way that doesn’t take away much screen space (20 vertical pixels or less) from Metro apps. So while Metro apps on the desktop seem all but certain, there’s still plenty of mystery surrounding the Start Screen.

WZor claims that Windows 8.1 Update 1 boots directly to the desktop. Other who’ve gotten their hands on the leaked build say that’s not always the case. Now, this is a work in progress. It’s possible that boot-to-desktop was enabled by default merely to test something in the update. It’s also possible that Windows was picking up a user preference from synchronized user data or a previous install.

t’s not likely that Microsoft would make skipping the Start Screen the default for all Windows 8.1 users. The tiled interface is a fixture on all their platforms — Windows, Xbox, Windows Phone, and even Windows Server. It’s too early to pull the pin on it.

Many Windows Vista users hated the new Start Menu it brought, yet praised the Windows 7 version — which wasn’t really all that different. The Start Screen needs more time, too, and Microsoft won’t give up on it just yet.

There may be another option, though. During the first run wizard, why not present users with a choice: do you want to see the Start Screen first or head straight to the desktop? Give users some reasons they might way to choose either option, and then let them pick. Just don’t be sneaky and hide it in the express settings, OK?


Posted by Ayech Hamza

  • First, thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you  find all what you are looking for.
  • I’ll teach you how to create a Wi-Fi Hotspot in all versions of Windows.
  • I’ll  use Windows 8 distribution in this  tutorial.
  • we will do this step by step.

Wi-Fi Hotspot

Below is the step by step guide to create and share your laptop internet connection with other wifi devices.

Let’s start:

First  thing  to do is  find up the CMD we cant go  to search open it on “The Administrator Mode” :


After you have opened cmd write the following command and look for the thing mentioned in the screen shot that whether it’s written yes or no. It it’s yes then you can go on “It means that you can enable the hotspot and can share your internet connection.

netsh wlan show drivers


dont’t  close the CMD as you are going to use cmd again , now you have to enter this following command to create the hosted network

netsh wlan set hostednetwork mode=allow ssid=nameOfwifiHotspot key=yourpassword


Press the enter and hotspot will be created.

Now  we will start the  hosted network by typing this  following command :

netsh wlan start hostednetwork


And  now  we are  going to sharing the working interent connection with the windows 8 Wi-Fi hotspot


That was it and you are done, the password to connect with the hotspot is the same which you used while setting up hotspot in the cmd.