Confirm!!!! Microsoft is ditching Windows 8.1 for Windows 10/11 devices

For those who are still stuck with Windows 8.1, Microsoft has issued a warning: Upgrade quickly.

Microsoft has warned Windows 8.1 users to upgrade their devices to Windows 10 or 11, according to foreign media reports.

On October 17, 2013, at 7pm, Windows 8.1 hit stores worldwide. The new system's start screen is more personalized, the background is more beautiful, and when users install new Apps from the Windows Store, they will be added to All Apps.

In addition, users can use the slide gesture to access the list of all apps, and can use filters to find specific groups of apps. Users can search for apps by name, install date, common apps, and categories.

As for the warning, Microsoft says that it will be sending pop-up alerts to users in the future, and that it does not offer a free upgrade from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10/Windows 11. The only way is to switch devices.

According to Microsoft, those who stick with Windows 8.1 should consider buying a device that supports Windows 10 or Windows 11. They can't upgrade because Windows 8.1 was designed 10 years ago and doesn't match the current architecture.

Author: King
Copyright: PCSofter.COM

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