The software giant is currently in the process of rolling out updates to Windows 8, and it’s now possible to install Windows 8 from Windows Store.
The Windows 8.1 update, which has been available for a few weeks now, brings with it some major changes to the way Windows works, which will include better support for touchscreens, more support for Microsoft Edge, improved support for audio playback, and a host of other changes.
As the name implies, the Windows 8 upgrade will allow users to install the operating system from the Windows Store, and the company has confirmed that the upgrade will be compatible with Microsoft’s older versions of Windows, too.
However, there are some caveats.
If you’re running an older version of Windows 7, the upgrade won’t work.
For example, the latest version of the Windows 7 operating system, 7.1, which is now in Windows 10, will not work with the Windows RT 8.x update.
It also won’t allow you to install any of Microsoft’s own apps from the Store, such as Skype, Outlook, OneDrive, and other apps that you’ve installed through the Windows Update process.
As a result, you’ll be limited to installing Windows 8 with the latest Windows 7 update.
If you’re using Windows 8 Pro, however, the update will still be able to install all of Microsoft Windows 10’s apps.
Windows 8.0.1 also comes with several new features, which are only available in the Windows 10 Pro update.
These include new features such as the ability to set up Windows 8 to work on tablets and PCs without using a separate keyboard.
Other new features include improved support in the browser for Windows RT, the ability for users to add their own apps to the store, and improvements to the Start screen.
Microsoft says that the update also improves Windows 8’s security features, including better encryption and sandboxing, and will allow it to run on more devices.
On the software side, Windows 8 comes with support for many new features in the form of new operating system tools, as well as an updated installer.
While Microsoft has been working on improving the Windows experience for a long time, the company says that Windows 8 is now “the most comprehensive and widely-supported operating system ever released”.
The company has also made a number of other improvements to its existing Windows operating system in Windows 8 including an improved Start menu, the introduction of Cortana, improved privacy controls, and more.
You can download the Windows update from the Microsoft Store for free, and you can check out a list of the latest changes in the full release notes.
Download Windows 8 for free.