Download Windows 8.1 RTM Now

We told you earlier that Microsoft is going to release final version (RTM) of Windows 8.1 to public on 17th October and finally the day has come. Microsoft has released the much awaited Windows 8.1 to public which is absolutely free for Windows 8 users but other Windows users will need to pay for it.


Windows 8.1 is actually an update for Windows 8 users which fixes several issues and annoyances present in Windows 8 OS. It also brings various new and useful features to Windows 8 OS such as more customization options for Start Screen, options to disable hot corners, Charms Bar, direct boot into Start Screen, etc. So Windows 8.1 is a must have update for Windows 8 users.

Check out following exclusive articles to learn more about Windows 8.1 features:

Since Windows 8.1 is an update for Windows 8 OS, you can upgrade your existing Windows 8 OS to Windows 8.1 without any problem. But if you want to perform a clean installation, you can also download Windows 8.1 standalone ISO files and install a fresh Windows 8.1 in your computer. Other Windows users such as Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7 can also purchase and download Windows 8.1 ISO file to install it in their systems. If you are using free Windows 8.1 Preview version in your system, you can also upgrade it to final RTM version.

Check out following article to learn more about Windows 8.1 upgrade process and pricing:

If you are ready to install Windows 8.1 in your computer, check out following links:

Download Windows 8.1 RTM NOW

Windows 8.1 System Requirements

[Guide] How to Upgrade to Windows 8.1 from Windows 8, 7, Vista and XP?

How to Download Windows 8.1 RTM Standalone Offline ISO?

Fix Problems While Installing or Upgrading to Windows 8.1

[Guide] Things To Do After Installing Windows 8.1

If you are not in mood of purchasing Windows 8.1 at the moment, you can test it absolutely free for 90 days with the help of following link:

Download Windows 8.1 RTM Enterprise 90-day Trial Version Free

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  • hmmm... Looks like i have to switch to Windows 8 after all... :)

  • i use windows 8 pro. what i need to upgrade to 8.1 via windows store?

  • if I update with store app will I lost all my HP factory apps???

  • Windows To Go through the Windows Store can upgrade to Win 8.1?

  • Actually, this is what i was waiting for. a sad news that i have a slow net connection

  • Can I download the windows 8.1 upgrade and save to my PC

  • update is available in windows updates not in windows store

  • if i do a clean windows 8.1 installation, will I need key to activate it?? currently im using windows 8 pro. please guide me.

  • VG

    ^^ Yes. A key will be required.

    Yes. Using Upgrade Assistant.

    Not tried.

    It might be possible. Sorry cant confirm.

    Check following:

  • I bought a laptop with windows 8 64bit a month ago. How can I get an iso file of windows 8.1?
    At microsoft site I get the links only to purchase it.

  • VG

    ^^ Windows 8.1 is not available as a separate ISO for Windows 8 users. You'll need to upgrade Windows 8 to Windows 8.1 using Store.

  • I am very comfortable with Windows 8 Pro as this is my operating system on my Dell Desktop which is my MAJOR personal data center, but the most aggravating problem with an UPDATE or UPGRADE is the ability not to be able to move all your programming as 8.1 UPDATE leaves you with a Old Foldr but you must install all your programs as though it were a clean install. Prior to the great UPDATE craze, you could UPGRADE from say, XP to VISTA and it would keep everything prior as long as you were a authenticated user, but I am not going to go the full update route and spend countless hours reinstalling everything. I have a Lenovo laptop that came with Windows 8 and sense it had a raw setup and no personal data to lose, I did the 8.1 update with no problem, but I keep getting these annoying "You need to Update to 8.1 messages on my window 8 pro so I had to permanently turn off the message. Is the RTM Upgradable to retain all your program like if you did a migration?

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