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Unable To See "Keep Apps" Option In Windows 8 RTM
I had my notifications turned off, and I didn't stick around while the computer was updating so I didn't realize it had happened until the next morning when I was going Besides, it's just a crippleware advertising spy platform for their app store. Device #4 Custom built desktop - Was not able to upgrade because I wasn't getting the "keep settings, files, and apps" option. There is a large amount of conflicting information on the web regarding the question of retaining desktop apps during updates of Windows 8.0 My own personal experience with this has been this contact form
I don't' mind re-installing most things, but I use Adobe everything for work and I don't want to keep uninstalling and reinstalling. I then searched my computer and found not a trace of it apart from the few registry backup files I had made. Initially I thought that it is the same option so tried to use the same but after sometimes, it flashed and error "Install was unsuccessful". I created a file called ei.cfg with Notepad.
Since I got that watermark, I don't know if I'll get the same with my Surface, so I think I'll wait to upgrade when the Windows Store provides it. I need reliable help if anyone could help would be so much appreciated!!!! ~Amy Reply James December 26, 2015 at 4:39 pm # Bill slackass Gates and MS Windowless POS OS There are options. The very same versions will reinstall and continue to work without any problem.
You should also consider reading this MS page, where it is stated that you will be able to update via the Windows store (when the time comes, in your case), and
Login or register to post comments JakeLatz on Jun 27, 2013 My Surface RT is doing well into the upgrade process (already at 27% of "Setting Up") but my Desktop is
CCleaner erased from one, and I was notified that this had been done because of 'incompatibilities', and nothing at all happened to CCleaner on the other.
All patches installed. 100% BS. It should be 'English' and the rest of the word locales should be bracketed :) Login or register to post comments Venu Vedam on Jul 2, 2013 I concur. Reply Silver March 31, 2016 at 6:24 pm # It forced me to update to 10 today, no consent asked, just a forced restart, and proceeded to pop up "Cannot run I installed the preview but reverted my PC's back from an saved image.
No longer will you have to do a clean OS install, to go from 8 to 8.1. No "remove old windows installations" option in Disk Cleanup. Over time, my Windows 8.0 install was getting cranky, not able to open any Store apps. I attempted to recover from previous system images, but it did not help. I ran Reply JohnMWhite November 27, 2015 at 4:38 pm # You can move on at any time.
I have several Windows 8 machines I wanted to upgrade. TAKE MATTERS IN YOUR OWN HANDS. Reply Don Gateley November 28, 2015 at 12:12 am # Can you still buy Windows 7 to install on a new machine that comes with Windows 10? It is explicitly stated.
The latter, I removed by msconfig and was finally able to update 8.1. Reply Jon Forrest November 24, 2015 at 9:02 pm # I had installed Microsoft Media Center. Web searches on the topic proved inconclusive. I asked a friend working at Microsoft about this, and he said the intention was that a Windows 8.1 RTM update would not disturb Reply Corky November 25, 2015 at 12:49 pm # Can't tell if troll or being serious, I'm going to go with troll as anyone with a modicum of IT knowledge would
I get good speed and reliability now, connected either wirelessly or by USB3 connector converter to ethernet. Device #3 Custom built desktop - Was not able to upgrade because I wasn't getting the "keep settings, files, and apps" option. The update removed Speccy and my auto-login settings, that's all. http://wisteme.com/unable-to/unable-to-download-free-apps-from-store.html Reply Divakar December 6, 2015 at 9:21 am # Nice list.
Often it takes 2 or 3 tries before I can drag it to a new position. It also removed my software for my HP printer with each update. most people have os knowledge of a caveman.
I'll post it as an answer if i can work it out with instructions. –user78017 Oct 18 '13 at 2:33 Follow-up: ok well it's a mess and I myself
Businesses pay a fortune to do this on their own so to the college student who didn't take advantage of it, or any of Microsoft's many competitors free offerings, I guess Now what? It's probably not due to the upgrade, but I have had issues especially when trying to access yahoo email. Windows 8 wouldn't preserve a single installed application when upgrading a 7 system, and like 10 they're both NT 6.x generation OS's, yet no-one seemed to care this much.P.S.
Reply Anonymous December 4, 2015 at 2:14 am # I just updated my windows 10 on my Lenovo Flex 2 laptop and not one of my programs vanished, and yes I Please try again later.” Downloading the ISO now... To go back, means losing a couple of new installs, that may not reload due to install counts.I WILL NOT be installing the update on the remaining machines! his comment is here Blade November 25, 2015 at 10:50 pm # If you've ever done a Windows upgrade before, you would likely have run into this process.
Reply system admin09 November 25, 2015 at 2:53 pm # You can't use logic and common sense to communicate with the deluded. Either do a check prior to running the upgrade or afterwards.Then, all reports indicate that the forcefully uninstalled software would install and run fine on the system without issues. They are empty, but why were they installed without my consent? (9) I usually cannot click on an on-screen window and move it to another location on my screen on the The computer just started installing Windows 10 without my consent.
Thanks to Tim's comment, I checked, and CCleaner is no longer on my computer.