Monday, October 21, 2013

Microsoft pulls Windows Update to RT 8.1 from Windows Store back -

class=”wp_keywordlink”> Microsoft has the update on Windows RT retreated 8.1. How reported, it can not download the Windows Store user of Windows RT since Saturday. This is due to an unspecified issue described, the solution of which the software giant is already working on its own account.

Microsoft has released the update to Windows 8.1 RT temporarily removed from its Windows Store (Image: Microsoft).

A spokesman told ZDNet on demand from U.S.: “Microsoft is investigating a condition that affects users who are upgrading their Windows RT-RT 8.1 on Windows devices. As a result, we have temporarily removed the Windows RT 8.1 update from the Windows Store. We are working as fast as we can to address and apologize for the inconvenience. We will inform you of further developments. “

ZDNet blogger Mary Jo Foley, it claims to be after the release of Windows 8.1 RT 17 October succeeded only after several attempts to install the update. Other users have also reported their inability to find and start the update process on their Windows ARM Tablets. The difficulties arose when Microsoft Surface , and also with other manufacturers.

Microsoft had released the updates to Windows 8 and Windows RT .1 ??8.1 for download worldwide on Thursday. The new version brings back the Start button and gives users the ability to boot directly to the desktop. But it also improves the usability.

If the error does not occur only in the context of the update process, Microsoft will certainly be ready until 22 October to provide a patch. The day comes Redmond’s second-generation tablet – the ARM-based Surface 2 and the Intel -based Surface Pro 2 – in the Trade


[with material from Mary Jo Foley,]

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