Much to the excitement and curiosity of the digital world, the final version of Windows 8 has just been released. And now it’s time for all of us to embark upon its installation procedure and explore the world of Windows 8 to the fullest. Well, it is not only the new OS that has become ultramodern, but its installation procedure as well. As you might know well, Microsoft has come out with a handful of Windows 8 editions already. And in this post, we give you a comprehensive account on upgrading to the Pro version of the new OS, which is surely the best upgrade option available at this point of time.
About Windows 8 Pro
The best part of Windows 8 Pro is that it can run on almost on any kind of device. Be it touch-enabled tablets, laptops, conventional PCs or even HD screen computers, the Pro version is sure to run as long as the device meets the minimum system requirements. The new OS is also accompanied by a whole new range of apps, which need to be bought only if you are pleased after trying them out.
As regards security, Microsoft has developed the BitLocker drive encryption technology, which helps protect your corporate and classified data on mobile PCs that have a TCM chip. Above all, the Remote Desktop Connection has been brilliantly empowered in Windows 8 Pro, which lets you access your files, programs and network resources from almost anywhere.
Windows 8 Upgrade Assistant
The Windows 8 Upgrade Assistant by and large ensures that your PC is ready for the new OS. To begin with, this program surveys your PC in a foolproof manner and alerts you of anything you might have to address before or after the upgrade. Most importantly, it ensures that you do not have to forego any of your settings or data from your current installation. Its built-in download manager makes the installation process literally a breeze. You can pause and continue your download any time you wish, alongside confirming that your download completes successfully.
Once the download winds up, you can start off with the Install Now option or embark upon it later by opting Install Later. And suppose you want to rely on your own data medium, you can either create your own bootable USB or ISO file which can be burned onto a DVD for the upgrade and backup purposes.
This post substantiates the fact that Windows 8 Pro is the best upgrade option available for you currently. Try it out today!