Also this week I published How to create a custom Refresh Point with Recimg.exe in Windows 8, this is going to help users not only to fix Windows 8 problems, but also by creating a custom Refresh Point users won’t have to reinstall all desktop applications. Microsoft’s next operating system is set to reimagine the way we use software, there is going to be hundreds of new features, and enhancements to the user interface; one of them is the new Charms Bar, which is really useful to navigate Windows. The only downside is that customization is kind of limited for the Charms, so if you want to add some style, you should definitely check out this article — How to customize Windows 8 Charms Bar: My WCP CharmBar Customizer [Download].  With Microsoft removing the Windows Start button and Start menu, many users had been looking for ways to bring these features back. While they aren’t part of Windows anymore, many third-party apps are floating around the web like Start8 that you can try, if you really want them back. Read the article to learn more — Start8 brings back Windows Start button with a new Metro style menu [Download]. This week on new software, Firefox 11 was released to the public, but for users expecting automatic updates, they had wait to avoid possible issues; visit the article to learn why and to grab the download link for Windows, Mac and Linux — Download Firefox 11 final stable version before it is officially release.  To learn more about Windows 8, visit Pureinfotech: Windows 8 section.

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