|03 Mar 2011||#1|
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Windows 8 to have restore to factory setting option and other features
Chinese site Win7China had an exclusive talk with their tipster in Microsoft and according to them Windows 8 would have restore to Factory settings option which would allow users to fully restore your windows to ‘factory’ state within 2 minutes and also it wouldn’t utilize much of the disk space. In Windows 7 and previous Windows we can create a ghost copy of Windows after it has been installed and can recover using it whenever required, but with the addition of this new feature in Windows 8 it would be much easier to restore your windows to factory state.
Another thing they talked about it is that the installation of Windows 8 Milestone 3 took 8 minutes compared to the 23-25 minutes taken by Windows 7 on same configuration. This means that Windows 8 would install around 2.5 times faster then Windows 7. In addition to the installation time, the time taken to update Windows and the time taken to wake up from sleep has been improved significantly.
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|04 Mar 2011||#10|
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Restore to factory settings?
I have it my Acer Inspire netbook that came with Windows 7 Starter Edition and is now running Windows 7 SP1 HP.
That is cool.
However I purchase Dell computers for my every day and media needs. Dell computers come with McAfee which sucks rotten eggs and I have to uninstall it and replace it with another ISS. I hope if I ever purchase a Dell with W8 that I never have to restore it to factory settings.
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