Microsoft began to focus more on devices that came with touchscreen navigation and the biggest testimonial to this fact is its latest operating system Windows 8. During the initial few months, it appeared that the company completely ignored the desktop users, who still had to rely on their keyboards and mouse to navigate through the operating systems. With Windows 8.1, the Start Menu becomes slightly relevant and people began to look into the speed and optimizations incorporated into the operating system. Apart from optimizing the OS for touch screen based devices, it also featured cloud computing compatibilities.
The main attraction of the OS is its Windows Store. You can search for applications that are both free and paid in the Store. Do bear in mind that a Microsoft Account is necessary to install software products from the Store. If you are interested in using this OS on your PC, then make it a point to use the keygen to create serial numbers.