[Update] Windows 8.1 Update 1 RTM Build 17025 Leaked.



Hey there... Again...

Microsoft’s first update to Windows 8.1 has leaked today ahead of its March debut. The early build includes a number of changes that Microsoft is making to improve the keyboard and mouse experience in Windows 8.1. The most obvious change is a new title bar for Microsoft’s Windows 8-style apps, allowing you to close, minimize, and snap apps to appear side by side with a mouse. It occupies a small amount of space at the top of all "Metro" apps, and it appears to be included as more of a helpful option for mouse users to quickly navigate through apps.



Here are screenshots of the changes noticed in Windows 8.1 Update 1:

Info+Screens via 8Forums.com

1) When you swipe down from top of touch screen or move the pointer to the top of a modern app or screen, you will now get a black bar slide down to either click on the app icon on the right for options or click on X at the left to completely close it instead of having to drag the app to the bottom of the screen.



2) Can now "Pin to taskbar" Modern apps.




3) New Search and Power Options buttons to right of User button at top right corner of Start screen. You can still just start typing on the Start screen to search though.



4) New Power Options buttons at top right corner of Apps screen.



5) When you right click or press and hold on apps on the Start and Apps screen, you will now get a context menu instead of the bar at the bottom.


6) While on your Start screen, you will now need to right click or press and hold on an empty area, and click/tap on Name groups and Stop naming groups instead of a Customize button in a bottom bar.


7) Control Panel link now in PC settings.



Recent Changes:
- The Windows 8.1 Update Supplement package (KB2932046) is now available and should be installed after Windows 8.1 Update (KB2919355).
- You can install KB2919355 to Windows Server 2012 R2 images. In the instructions below, change instances of your Windows 8.1 RTM images to Windows Server 2012 R2.
- In some releases, contents of the Windows 8.1 Update Supplement package (KB2932046) will be rolled into the primary Windows 8.1 Update (KB2919355). As a result, no supplement will be released that week. However, if a supplement (KB2932046) is released that week, there are updates that need to be installed.
- This release of the Windows 8.1 Update (KB2919355) contains all previously released

- Install Guide :

1. Install Windows 8.1 RTM or Windows Server 2012 R2 RTM any version!
2. Install one or more Windows 8.1 RTM languages.
3. Install all of the previously-released updates for Windows 8.1Windows Server 2012 R2 .
   This includes:

  • Rollup A (KB2883200) x86 / x64
   • Rollup B (KB2884846) x86 / x64
   • November Rollup (KB2887595) x86 / x64
   • December Rollup (KB2903939) x86 / x64
   • January Rollup (KB2911106) 
x86 / x64

Restart your PC!

4. Install Windows8.1-KB2919442-.msu update, where  is x86, x64, by double-clicking on the file. 
   This is required to install before you install the Windows 8.1 Update 2014 MSU update!
   Restart your PC. You must restart the PC to complete any pending update actions.

5. Install Windows8.1-KB2919442-1-.msu update, where  is x86, x64, by double-clicking on the file. 
   This is required to install before you install the Windows 8.1 Update 2014 MSU update!
   Restart your PC. You must restart the PC to complete any pending update actions.


6. Install the Windows 8.1 Update MSU file, Windows8.1-KB2919355-.msu(where     is x86, x64) to the by double-clicking on the file. 
   The update will be applied for all available languages installed in the Windows 8.1.
7. Restart your PC. You must restart the PC to complete any pending update actions.

8. Install the Windows 8.1 Update Supplement file, Windows8.1-KB2932046-.msu (where  is x86, x64, or arm) to the image by double-clicking on the file. The update will be applied for all available languages installed in the image.
10. Restart your PC. You must restart the PC to complete any pending update actions.


Fine!

20|02|2014
-=W.Z.T=- 

murphnote: I've fixed the KB2919442 and -1 variant filenames. WZT had them backward. I didn't want them confusing people.  

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Note : DO NOT install this update if you used the Windows 8.1 AiO January 2014 ISO. Things might break if you do ! Use a CLEAN ISO ! You have been warned !

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2 comments:

great job..thanks..I posted this on my blog

March 7, 2014 at 3:33 AM comment-delete

the only problem with this update ..it doesn't actually change the windows version on the installed windows

March 7, 2014 at 4:23 AM comment-delete

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