There’s no longer any doubt that Windows 8 and its successor, Windows 8.1, have failed to win over most users in the enterprise and consumer markets. The Frankensteinlike mashing of the new Metro touch interface and the traditional Windows desktop is particularly unsettling for typical desktop users who use a keyboard and mouse.
Windows 8.1 was Microsoft’s rushed attempt to fix the problems in the original Windows 8 release, and although the update helped, it unfortunately just didn’t go far enough. Fortunately, there are several ways you can tweak your Windows 8.1 system to provide a better and more Windows 7–like experience.
Read now and discover ten ways you can make Windows 8.1 work like Windows 7!