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How to Buy Windows 8.1 Standard Key with Product Key Activate for Free

Microsoft recently made some changes to windows 8.1 standard key in Windows 8, including a new color encoding Hot map. Hot Figure may be the most useful addition in the new manager because it allows users to quickly view applications and procedures. Dragging Windows 8 system. It uses color-coded alarms, ranging from yellow to red, and red indicates large resource hogs. Information is provided dynamically and in real time, and users can release threads from more problematic applications by right-clicking.

This Microsoft blog article, released last week, shows screenshots and video descriptions, although Windows 8 task manager made its debut about two years ago. Task Manager for Windows 8 still maintains the familiar tabbed menu structure seen in Task Manager for Windows 7. The Ribbon menu does not clear the old user interface, which indicates that Task Manager is running on the windows 8.1 standard key http://www.licensekeysale.com/windows-81-standard-p-63.html interface side. Task Manager’s Open screen is simply a simple list of running applications that allows users to quickly kill them.

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A more complex tabbed view is displayed when the user clicks the details link at the bottom of Task Manager. With Windows 8, Microsoft has added two new tabs, Application history and Startup . The application History tab displays the 30-Day application scrolling chronicle, which shows that Windows storage applications are used by default. The new boot tab allows users to sort applications by name or by impact. Each startup application can be easily disabled, just right-click them. The Processes tab is now the leading default tab in Task Manager for windows 8.1 standard key. The process is now sorted alphabetically by application name, followed by a third-party process name.

Users can now see individual DLLs running in the SVC host and can block them. The performance Tab shows overall resource utilization, where a single “Minigraphs ” is CPU, memory, disk, and network specific. Each minigraph can be extended to a floating window. CPU resources are now used more specifically, including the NUMA node and the view of the logical processor. Microsoft has been freed by folding the old Network tab into the performance tab. The details tab is similar to the old processes tab in Windows 7 Task Manager. Right-clicking a process on the details tab brings up an Analysis wait-chain option that can be used to help determine if the application is not responding because it is waiting for another process. The Services tab is still as obscure as before. However, if the user right-clicks a service, a search box pops up to point to information about its Web. This is less cumbersome than typing an obscure service name in a browser’s search engine before.

How to activate Windows 8.1 standard without product key for free

How to activate windows 8 and 8.1 without product key . I will show you in this article .
Step 1 : You visit http://www.licensekeysale.com/
Step 2 : Copy the code above into a new text document
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Step 3 : Save it as a batch file , name “1click.cmd”
Step 4 : Run the batch file as administrator
You can see the result
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With this method you can activate:

  • Windows 8 Core
  • Windows 8 Core Single Languge
  • Windows 8 Professional
  • Windows 8 Professional VMC
  • Windows 8 Enterprise
  • Windows 8 Enterprise N
  • Windows 8.1 Core
  • Windows 8.1 Core Single Languge
  • Windows 8.1 Professional
  • Windows 8.1 Professional VMC
  • Windows 8.1 Enterprise
  • Windows 8.1 Enterprise N

Windows 8.1 (ARM): NK2V7-9DWXG-KMTWQ-K9H9M-6VHPJ
Windows 8.1 (Country Specific): TNH8J-KG84C-TRMG4-FFD7J-VH4WX
Windows 8.1 (Single Language): Y9NXP-XT8MV-PT9TG-97CT3-9D6TC
Windows 8.1 Professional: GCRJD-8NW9H-F2CDX-CCM8D-9D6T9
Windows 8.1 Professional with WMC: GBFNG-2X3TC-8R27F-RMKYB-JK7QT
Windows 8.1 Enterprise: FHQNR-XYXYC-8PMHT-TV4PH-DRQ3H
Windows 8.1 N: 6NPQ8-PK64X-W4WMM-MF84V-RGB89
Windows 8.1 Professional N: JRBBN-4Q997-H4RM2-H3B7W-Q68KC
Windows 8.1 Enterprise N: NDRDJ-3YBP2-8WTKD-CK7VB-HT8KW
Operating system edition KMS Client Setup Key:
Windows 8.1 Professional: GCRJD-8NW9H-F2CDX-CCM8D-9D6T9
Windows 8.1 Professional: N HMCNV-VVBFX-7HMBH-CTY9B-B4FXY

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Windows 8.1 clean install with Windows 8.1 Standard Key

Hello! I have a HP Probook 450 with Windows 8 preinstalled. I want to upgrade to Win 8.1, but I want to perform a clean install. Which means: inserting the Win 8.1 DVD (I’ve downloaded the .iso from the internet.), formatting the disk, and at last, Windows 8.1 installation.

Will this work? I’ve read that my windows 8.1 standard key, which is hardcoded in the BIOS, will not allow me to install Win 8.1. Forum users say here and here that it is possible to perform a Win 8 clean install. How is with Win 8.1?

Re: Windows 8.1 clean install with Windows 8.1 Standard Key

You will need:
1. Windows 8.1 ISO
2. Windows 8.1 Default Installation Keys<—If this link is gone, you can find it using google.
3. Your Windows 8 OEM Key (You can use Belarc Advisor software to find it.You can also use the Microsoft Toolkit that can grab that information for you as well)
4. USB Drive with at leat 8GB. (You can use a micro SD card but it will be SLOW)
5. YUMI Creator (pendrivelinux.com)
My instructions are summarized by several forum post. So this point starts after you’ve retrieved your win8 OEM key.

Instructions:
1. You need to download the Windows 8.1 ISO (Can be done several ways. If you have a retail Win8 key, that will make life easier, otherwise look for online sources).

[Basically, download windows 8.1 standard setup and get that started, then cancel it right away and download windows 8.1 setup. This is the way to bypass windows 8.1 key request]

2. After downloading the ISO, use YUMI usb creator and create a USB bootable with windows 8.1 standard key). I had problems with booting from the USB, it seems there is a design flaw, but maybe just mine. Let me know if you can boot. If you can’t, you need to SLIGHTLY remove the USB drive (1-3mm). Basically, my usb must not go all the way in in order to boot.
3. Install windows 8.1 using the default installation keys. Your OEM key will not work. This key is only for installation, but you will need your win8 OEM key for activation after installing windows.
4. When everything is installed, go to windows activation or press win + pause (you might need to use a function key (fn)). Change your product key by entering your win8 OEM key.
5. I suggest if your laptop has softpaq installer for your computer drivers, install that first. Then you can select the drivers and software you want to install and do it all at once without having to download one at a time.
6. Finish

Let me know if you have any problems, I can walk you through it as I took two days to finally figure it out. I hated doing the windows 8, all updates, then windows 8.1 update.

I also recommend you install the easeus to-do backup. You can install all your drivers and programs then use this program to create a disk image. My disk image is approximately 20GB which sits on a secondary partition (so if your SSD crashes, it’s all gone though), for fast restoring. It takes approximately 20 minutes to backup. Then 20 minutes to restore the disk image which I find fairly quick.

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Re: Windows 8.1 clean install with Windows 8.1 Standard Key

You will need:
1. Windows 8.1 ISO
2. Windows 8.1 Default Installation Keys,If this link is gone, you can find it using google.
3. Your Windows 8 OEM Key (You can use Belarc Advisor software to find it. You can also use the Microsoft Toolkit that can grab that information for you as well)
4. USB Drive with at leat 8GB. (You can use a micro SD card but it will be SLOW)
5. YUMI Creator

Instructions:
1. You need to download the Windows 8.1 ISO (Can be done several ways. If you have a retail Win8 key, that will make life easier, otherwise look for online sources)

[Basically, download windows 8 setup and get that started, then cancel it right away and download windows 8.1 setup. This is the way to bypass windows 8.1 key request]

2. After downloading the ISO, use YUMI usb creator and create a USB bootable with windows 8.1 ISO). I had problems with booting from the USB, it seems there is a design flaw, but maybe just mine. Let me know if you can boot. If you can’t, you need to SLIGHTLY remove the USB drive (1-3mm). Basically, my usb must not go all the way in in order to boot.
3. Install windows 8.1 using the default installation keys. Your OEM key will not work. This key is only for installation, but you will need your win8 OEM key for activation after installing windows.
4. When everything is installed, go to windows activation or press win + pause (you might need to use a function key (fn)). Change your product key by entering your win8 OEM key.
5. I suggest if your laptop has softpaq installer for your computer drivers, install that first. Then you can select the drivers and software you want to install and do it all at once without having to download one at a time.
6. Finish

Let me know if you have any problems, I can walk you through it as I took two days to finally figure it out. I hated doing the windows 8.1 standard key, all updates, then windows 8.1 update.

I also recommend you install the easeus to-do backup. You can install all your drivers and programs then use this program to create a disk image. My disk image is approximately 20GB which sits on a secondary partition (so if your SSD crashes, it’s all gone though), for fast restoring. It takes approximately 20 minutes to backup. Then 20 minutes to restore the disk image which I find fairly quick.

Windows 8.1 Standard Key

Re: Windows 8.1 clean install with Windows 8 OEM key

You will need:
1. Windows 8.1 ISO
2. Windows 8.1 Default Installation Keys. If this link is gone, you can find it using google.
3. Your Windows 8 OEM Key (You can use Belarc Advisor software to find it, http://www.belarc.com/free_download.html. You can also use the Microsoft Toolkit that can grab that information for you as well)
4. USB Drive with at leat 8GB. (You can use a micro SD card but it will be SLOW)
5. YUMI Creator

Instructions:
1. You need to download the Windows 8.1 ISO (Can be done several ways. If you have a retail Win8 key, that will make life easier, otherwise look for online sources)

[Basically, download windows 8 setup and get that started, then cancel it right away and download windows 8.1 setup. This is the way to bypass windows 8.1 key request]

2. After downloading the ISO, use YUMI usb creator and create a USB bootable with windows 8.1 ISO). I had problems with booting from the USB, it seems there is a design flaw, but maybe just mine. Let me know if you can boot. If you can’t, you need to SLIGHTLY remove the USB drive (1-3mm). Basically, my usb must not go all the way in in order to boot.
3. Install windows 8.1 using the default installation keys. Your OEM key will not work. This key is only for installation, but you will need your win8 OEM key for activation after installing windows.
4. When everything is installed, go to windows activation or press win + pause (you might need to use a function key (fn)). Change your product key by entering your win8 OEM key.
5. I suggest if your laptop has softpaq installer for your computer drivers, install that first. Then you can select the drivers and software you want to install and do it all at once without having to download one at a time.
6. Finish

Let me know if you have any problems, I can walk you through it as I took two days to finally figure it out. I hated doing the windows 8, all updates, then windows 8.1 standard key update.

I also recommend you install the easeus to-do backup. You can install all your drivers and programs then use this program to create a disk image. My disk image is approximately 20GB which sits on a secondary partition (so if your SSD crashes, it’s all gone though), for fast restoring. It takes approximately 20 minutes to backup. Then 20 minutes to restore the disk image which I find fairly quick.

Windows 8.1 Standard Key

Re: Windows 8.1 clean install with Windows 8 OEM key

Quick question. When I’m going through the setup process (Elitebook Revolve 810 G1) I don’t see just the four typical HP parititions (as I have in the past with my other HP laptops). It actually has seven, which are set out below:

1. Name: Drive 0 Partition 1: WinRE, Total size: 1000.0MB, Free space: 642.0MB, Type: Recovery
2. Name: Drive 0 Partition 2: SYSTEM, Total size: 100.0MB, Free space: 53.0MB, Type: System
3. Name: Drive 0 Partition 3, Total size: 128.0MB, Free space: 128.0MB, Type: MSR (Reserved)
4. Name: Drive 0 Partition 4: OS, Total size: 216.4GB, Free space: 165.2GB, Type: Primary
5. Name: Drive 0 Partition 5: HP_RECOVERY, Total size: 14.9GB, Free space: 2.4GB, Type: OEM (Reserved)
6. Name: Drive 0 Partition 6: HP_TOOLS, Total size: 2.0GB, Free space: 2.0GB, Type: OEM (Reserved)
7. Name: Drive 0 Partition 7, Total size: 4.0GB, Free space: 4.0GB, Type: OEM (Reserved)

From what I think I understand:
1. Relates to windows system restore, etc. – Leaning towards keeping it
2. Unknown, when I googled it said it was to do with windows system restore, but I thought that was (1)?
3. No idea – Can I delete?
4. Primary paritition
5. HP factory system restore – Probably will delete
6. HP diagnostic tools – Plan on keeping, however it is strange that there is no occupied room in this partition?
7. No idea – Can I delete? Especially since it takes up a lot of room.

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Looks like Windows was installed using gpt instead of mbr so that’s why you have a handful of partitions. Wiki gpt table. If you don’t need the hp recovery partition, you can delete those, f11 will stop working so hope you have a recovery program. You will probably need a partition manager to merge the extra space to your system partition. I recommend you back up your http://www.licensekeysale.com/windows-81-standard-p-63.html windows 8.1 standard key files before you make any partition changes.

Windows 8.1 Standard Key Article Link: https://mcpmag.com/articles/2013/06/12/windows-8-task-manager-improvements.aspx