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With the Windows OS, Microsoft made a mark in the computing history. It’s a world class platform for the computer machines which is the choice of a large number of users across the globe. Microsoft Howto? is also providing support for various versions of Windows and here is the list of all the products under the same category:

Windows 10

Windows 10 has been released recently with lots of whoa features and it’s easy to use and familiar with lots of similarities to Windows 7. It includes the Start menu and starts up and resumes faster. To keep you safe, it also has more built-in security and is designed to work with your existing hardware and software. Most importantly, it is familiar for both Windows 7/8 users as it combines the strengths of both versions.

Windows 8.1 & Windows RT 8.1

Windows 8.1 and Windows RT 8.1 are more familiar and convenient for those devices which can receive inputs through touch displays and mouse both. This flexibility gives you a choice to pick itself and use it on a wider variety of devices, so that there should be more to choose from. They also include improved security and performance of your device.

Windows 8

To improve the user’s experience on tablets and touch screen computers, Windows 8 was introduced with major changes to the operating system. This version of Windows was competing with mobile operating systems like Android and iOS. These changes include a new platform for developing apps with an emphasis on touchscreen input, the Start screen, a touch-optimized Windows shell based on Microsoft's "Metro" design language, Windows Store, and integration with online services. Additionally, Windows 8 supports cloud computing, advanced Format hard drives, USB 3.0, additional security features, and near field communications.

Windows RT

Microsoft designed this platform for mobile devices, basically for tablet computers, but also for convertibles. It is primarily an edition of Windows 8.x that is based on the 32-bit ARM architecture (ARMv7). It was intended to take advantage of the ARM architecture's power efficiency to increase the battery life and to use system-on-chip (SoC) designs for making thinner devices, with reliable experience over time. In appearance and functionality, it is very similar to Windows 8 but it puts the limitations on those software which are not digitally signed by Microsoft means support only pre-loaded software or genuine copy of software downloaded from Windows Store.

Windows 7

Windows 7 an upgrade for Vista users as Windows Vista was failed to prove on on user’s expectations. It received critical reviews about maintaining hardware and software compatibility and performance. Windows 7 made continued improvements on Windows Aero with additional features like a redesigned taskbar to "pin" your favorite apps, a new window management features. It adds new features to the operating system like file sharing system, included libraries, support for multitouch input, etc. to provide an overview of system security and maintenance, a new "Action Center" interface was also added, and tweaks to make the User Account Control system less intrusive. Windows 7 also shipped with updated versions of various stock applications, like Internet Explorer 8, Windows Media Center, and Windows Media Player.

Windows Vista

Windows Vista is an operating system for desktops, laptops, tablet PCs and media center PCs. This version of Windows includes a visual style dubbed Aero, print and display sub-systems, an updated graphical user interface, redesigned networking, audio, new multimedia tools including Windows DVD Maker, and a new search component called Windows Search. It was designed with the aim to improve the level of communication between machines on a home network, so it made the use peer-to-peer technology to simplify sharing media and files between computers and devices. It also included version 3.0 of the .NET Framework, which allows software developers to develop apps without traditional Windows APIs.

Windows XP

Microsoft has announced recently that they will not provide tech support for Windows XP which is a personal computer operating system and was produced by Microsoft as part of the Windows NT family of operating systems, but MicrosoftHowTo? Provide tech support for this OS as well. This version has received generally positive reviews, as it was one of the best OS with, improved hardware support, a more intuitive user interface, and its expanded multimedia capabilities.

Microsoft How to? offers help for Microsoft’s various operating systems and we provide tech support services for:

  1. Microsoft’s all versions of Windows operating system
  2. How to install or upgrade them
  3. How to secure your system and operating system
  4. Error resolution, which occur while installing or upgrading your Windows