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The Ultimate Guide to Installing and Activating MICROSOFT.WINDOWS.8.1.PROFESSIONAL.RTM.X64.VOLUME.WITH.ROLLUP-1



What is MICROSOFT.WINDOWS.8.1.PROFESSIONAL.RTM.X64.VOLUME.WITH.ROLLUP-1?




If you are looking for a reliable, secure, and efficient operating system for your personal or business needs, you might want to consider MICROSOFT.WINDOWS.8.1.PROFESSIONAL.RTM.X64.VOLUME.WITH.ROLLUP-1. This is a full version of Windows 8.1 Professional that comes with a volume license, which means you can install it on multiple devices with a single product key. It also includes the latest updates and fixes that improve the stability, performance, and security of your system.




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In this article, we will explain what this version of Windows 8.1 offers, how to install and activate it, how to use and customize it, and how to troubleshoot and update it. By the end of this article, you will have a clear idea of whether this product is suitable for you and how to get the most out of it.


Why choose this version of Windows 8.1?




There are many reasons why you might want to choose this version of Windows 8.1 over other editions or versions. Here are some of them:


  • It is a volume license edition. This means you can install it on multiple devices with a single product key, which saves you money and hassle. You can also manage and activate your devices online or offline using a Volume Activation Management Tool (VAMT). This is ideal for organizations or individuals who need to deploy Windows 8.1 on multiple computers.



  • It includes the latest updates and fixes. This version of Windows 8.1 comes with Rollup-1, which is a cumulative update that contains all the previous updates and fixes for Windows 8.1 since its release in October 2013. This means you don't have to download and install hundreds of individual updates after installing Windows 8.1, which saves you time and bandwidth. It also ensures that your system is up-to-date and protected from vulnerabilities and bugs.



How to install and activate this version of Windows 8.1?




Before you install this version of Windows 8.1, you need to make sure that your device meets the minimum system requirements and is compatible with Windows 8.1. You also need to have a valid product key that matches this edition of Windows 8.1.


Once you have verified these conditions, you can follow these steps to install and activate this version of Windows 8.1:


  • Download and burn the ISO image. You can download the ISO image from various sources online, such as Peatix or SoundCloud. Make sure you download the correct file name (MICROSOFT.WINDOWS.8.1.PROFESSIONAL.RTM.X64.VOLUME.WITH.ROLLUP-1.ENGLISH.DVD-WZT) and verify its SHA-1 checksum (0x42458E48CECEBAB8BF5D58220478FDA42B0D2990) using a tool like HashCalc. Then, use a tool like ImgBurn to burn the ISO image to a blank DVD or USB flash drive.



  • Install Windows 8.1. Insert the DVD or USB flash drive into your device and boot from it. Follow the on-screen instructions to select your language, keyboard layout, time zone, partition style, etc., until you reach the screen where you enter your product key. Enter your product key (which should be in the format XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX) and click Next.



  • Activate Windows 8.1. After installing Windows 8.1, you need to activate it within 30 days using your product key. You can do this online or offline using VAMT. To activate online, go to Settings > Change PC Settings > Activate Windows > Enter Key > Activate Online. To activate offline, go to Settings > Change PC Settings > Activate Windows > Enter Key > Activate by Phone. Follow the instructions to call a toll-free number, provide your installation ID, receive your confirmation ID, enter it on your device, and complete the activation process.



How to use and customize this version of Windows 8.1?




After installing and activating this version of Windows 8.1, you can start using it as your primary operating system for your personal or business needs.


This version of Windows 8.1 offers many features and functions that make it easy, fast, and fun to use.


  • The Start screen. This is where you can access all your apps, tiles, notifications, settings, etc., by swiping or clicking on them. You can also customize the Start screen by changing its background color, tile size, layout, etc., by going to Settings > Personalize > Start Screen. You can also pin or unpin apps or tiles by right-clicking or pressing-and-holding on them.



  • The desktop. This is where you can access all your files, folders, programs, icons, etc., by clicking or double-clicking on them. You can also customize the desktop by changing its background image, theme, color scheme, etc., by going to Settings > Personalize > Desktop Background. You can also pin or unpin programs or icons by right-clicking or pressing-and-holding on them.



  • The charms bar. This is where you can access five useful charms: Search (to find anything on your device or online), Share (to share anything with other apps or people), Start (to go back to the Start screen), Devices (to connect or disconnect devices), and Settings (to change settings for your device or app). You can access the charms bar by swiping from the right edge of the screen or moving your mouse pointer to the upper-right or lower-right corner of the screen.



  • The app switcher. This is where you can switch between running apps or close them by swiping from the left edge of the screen or moving your mouse pointer to the upper-left or lower-left corner of the screen. You can also snap two apps side by side by dragging one app from the app switcher to either side of the screen.



  • The app bar. This is where you can access app-specific commands or options by swiping from the bottom edge of the screen or right-clicking anywhere on an app. You can also access app-specific settings by going to Settings > Options on the charms bar.



How to troubleshoot and update this version of Windows 8.1?




Sometimes, you might encounter some problems or issues while using this version of Windows 8.1.


Fortunately, there are many ways to troubleshoot and fix them:


How to troubleshoot and update this version of Windows 8.1?




Sometimes, you might encounter some problems or issues while using this version of Windows 8.1.


Fortunately, there are many ways to troubleshoot and fix them:


  • The Action Center. This is where you can check and resolve any notifications or alerts related to your system's security, maintenance, performance, etc. You can access the Action Center by clicking on the flag icon on the lower-right corner of the taskbar or by going to Settings > Change PC Settings > Update and Recovery > Action Center.



  • The Troubleshooters. These are tools that can help you diagnose and fix common problems with your hardware, network, audio, printer, etc. You can access the Troubleshooters by going to Settings > Change PC Settings > Update and Recovery > Recovery > Advanced Startup > Troubleshoot or by searching for "Troubleshooting" on the Start screen.



  • The Refresh or Reset options. These are options that can help you restore your system to a working state by either keeping or removing your personal files and apps. You can access the Refresh or Reset options by going to Settings > Change PC Settings > Update and Recovery > Recovery or by holding down the Shift key while clicking on Restart on the Power menu.



  • The Windows Update. This is where you can check and install any new updates for Windows 8.1 or other Microsoft products. You can access the Windows Update by going to Settings > Change PC Settings > Update and Recovery > Windows Update or by searching for "Windows Update" on the Start screen.



Conclusion




In conclusion, MICROSOFT.WINDOWS.8.1.PROFESSIONAL.RTM.X64.VOLUME.WITH.ROLLUP-1 is a full version of Windows 8.1 Professional that comes with a volume license and the latest updates and fixes. It offers many features and functions that make it easy, fast, and fun to use. It also provides many ways to customize, optimize, troubleshoot, and update your system.


If you are interested in getting this product, you can download it from various sources online and install it on multiple devices with a single product key. You can also activate it online or offline using VAMT. You can then enjoy using this version of Windows 8.1 for your personal or business needs.


We hope this article has given you a clear idea of what this product is and how to use it. If you have any questions or feedback, please feel free to contact us or leave a comment below.


FAQs




  • Q: What is the difference between RTM and GA versions of Windows 8.1?



  • A: RTM stands for Release To Manufacturing, which means it is the final version of Windows 8.1 that is sent to hardware manufacturers and software developers for testing and integration. GA stands for General Availability, which means it is the version of Windows 8.1 that is released to the public for purchase and download.



  • Q: What is the difference between x86 and x64 versions of Windows 8.1?



  • A: x86 and x64 refer to the processor architecture or instruction set that Windows 8.1 supports. x86 supports 32-bit processors, while x64 supports 64-bit processors. x64 versions of Windows 8.1 can run more memory and applications than x86 versions, but they also require more disk space and compatible drivers.



  • Q: What is the difference between Professional and Enterprise editions of Windows 8.1?



  • A: Professional and Enterprise are two editions of Windows 8.1 that are designed for business users. They both offer features such as BitLocker encryption, Remote Desktop Connection, Domain Join, etc., but Enterprise also offers features such as AppLocker, DirectAccess, BranchCache, etc., that are not available in Professional.



  • Q: How can I upgrade from Windows 7 or Windows 8 to Windows 8.1?



  • A: You can upgrade from Windows 7 or Windows 8 to Windows 8.1 by using the Windows Upgrade Assistant or by downloading the ISO image from Microsoft's website and running the setup.exe file. However, you will need a new product key that matches the edition of Windows 8.1 that you want to upgrade to.



  • Q: How can I downgrade from Windows 8.1 to Windows 7 or Windows 8?



  • A: You can downgrade from Windows 8.1 to Windows 7 or Windows 8 by using the recovery media that came with your device or by creating one using a tool like RecImg Manager or AOMEI OneKey Recovery. However, you will need to backup your personal files and apps before downgrading as they will be erased during the process.




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