Microsoft released its long-awaited Windows 8.1 upgrade as a free download from Oct, 18. Obviously, it addresses some of the gripes people have had with Windows 8, the dramatically different operating system that attempts to bridge the divide between tablets and PCs. Well, I was one of them.
Last week, I updated my Windows 8.0 to Windows 8.1 and I'm trying to install new app from the app store. There asks me for admin password, I typed it in but it said it was incorrect. I tried it multiple times and it kept saying my password is incorrect. I just changed my password and tried to get the app again, but it still said my password is incorrect. I'm using the same password to log onto my computer and to log onto my email, which is my Microsoft account. What should I do?
It is really a tricky thing to meet such admin password incorrect problem on Windows 8.1. The quickest solution is to refer to pro Windows 8.1 Password Recovery Tool to remove such tricky password from Windows 8.1 laptop.
How to recover lost Windows 8.1 password with Windows 8.1 Password Recovery Tool?
Step 1, Get Windows 8.1 Password Recovery Tool from site: http://www.windowspasswordsrecovery.com , install it on an accessible Windows computer.
Step 2, Insert a blank CD/DVD/USB into the pc with tool installed. Then run the tool to burn its iSO image file into a chosen media for creating password reset disk by following the step-by-step guide.
Step 3, Set BIOS for the pc with wrong admin password. Then get the pc booted from burned password reset disk to remove administrator account password.
Step 4, Restart pc and login Windows 8.1 without password.
With Windows 8.1 Password Recovery Tool, we can solve password recovery problem at ease! Watch video to get detailed procedures:
While Win 8.1 won’t make everyone happy, it’s fixed most of our original complaints about Windows 8. The apps are slowly improving and the Photos app, in particular, has now become one of the best tools for browsing images in Windows. Many users will be glad to have the Start button back on their desktop, but the change is more cosmetic than functional.
Clearly, Microsoft still has touchscreen users in mind, which is hardly surprising given consumer demand for touchscreen devices. The ability to run two apps side-by-side is a definite plus to anyone who uses the Start screen regularly, and the refined search tool also makes life much easier. We found that working with Windows 8.1 on our touchscreen all-in-one felt much more natural.
Windows 8.1 is an ideal opportunity to upgrade to a secure, up-to-date operating system. Windows 8.1 will cost £75 for most, but is a free upgrade for existing Windows 8 users. You’ll be able to upgrade via the Windows Store, assuming you’re logged in with your Microsoft account. You’ll also need your original product key to complete the process. However, it’s well worth the time it takes to upgrade.