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Video – What’s new in Windows 8.1?

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Video – What’s new in Windows 8.1? with Steve Fullmer

What’s new in Windows 8.1?

Windows 7 and Windows 8 instructor Steve Fullmer shows us what is new in the latest release of Microsoft’s Windows 8.1.

Windows version 8.1 was released in October 2013 and is now replacing Windows 8 in OEM deployments. 8.1 is a free update for those who are currently running Windows 8.
Here’s a quick update on what’s new and different between Windows 8 and 8.1.
Microsoft categorizes the Updates into Four Categories.

  • The User Interface
  • Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)
  • Mobility Enhancements
  • Security Enhancements

In this video, Steve breaks down the categories in a different way and demonstrates each of them individually including Navigation Options, Corporate Features, Enhanced Drivers, Updated Apps and Cross-Platform Tools

User Interface

  • Start Screen
  • Start Button
  • Snap Views
  • Mouse and Keyboard
  • Boot to Desktop

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)

Workplace Join
Work Folders
Mobile Device Management (OMA-DM API)
Intune Enhancements for RT and 8.1
Web Application Proxy – Enforce Multi-Factor Auth
Enhanced RemoteApp and Virtual Desktop Infrastructures

Mobility Enhanced Drivers/Apps

Near Field Communication – Printer Attachment
Wi-Fi Direct Printing
Native Miracast Wireless Display

Broader range of VPN Clients
Auto-Trigger VPN
Embedded Mobile Broadband
Broadband Tethering (and WAP)

Windows to Go – Access to Windows Store Apps

Security Enhancements

Remote Business Data Removal – Exchange Active Sync
Enhanced Biometrics Driver and Sensitivity
Windows 8 RT/Phone Encryption Cross-Platform
IE 11
Defender – Network Behavior Monitoring
Assigned Access (from RT) to Pro and Enterprise

So this is a quick overview of what is new in Windows 8.1 and a little bit of the look and feel of the navigation of 8.1. If you are trying to decide whether to go to Windows 8 or upgrade to Windows 8.1 systems, I seamlessly upgraded my system to 8.1 it’s a free upgrade so give it a shot.

Steven Fullmer
Interface Technical Training Staff Instructor

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