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How to install Windows 9 Technical Preview on VMware

With the help of desktop virtualization software VMware and VirtualBox, we can try the latest Windows 9 Technical Preview OS easily.  Microsoft is going to release Windows 9 Technical Preview with revamping the features, more add-ons and development kits. This guide shows how to install Windows 9 Technical Preview on VMware workstation (applied to VMware Player too) with working VMware tools.

Before getting going, there are two important things to keep in mind. The first is the minimum requirements for windows 9 technical preview. These include a 1GHz processor, 2GB RAM for a 64-bit install (1GB for 32-bit), 20GB of storage (16GB for 32-bit), and DX9 graphics. To run Metro apps you’ll want a resolution of at least 1366×768 for full functionality, though 1024×768 is the bare minimum.

To be able to install and run successfully, the following requirements should be met by physical computer.

The second thing you’ll want to do is to enable virtualization in BIOS.All the latest processors and motherboards support virtualization technology (vt-x/amd-v). If you have old PC, double check the processor model for this feature. Before play around in BIOS, use the appropriate tools to detect the current VT-X status in OS level. If it’s already enabled (detected by these tools), then no changes required in BIOS.

 Where to Find Intel Virtualization Technology (VT-X) in BIOS?

It can be found under ‘Advanced Chipset settings’ in AWARD BIOS. Normally these vt-x/amd-v extension settings will be available in advanced settings in most of the motherboards.
Download the Windows 9 Technical Preview ISO, Download and install VMware, and spin up a new virtual machine. The Virtual Machine Wizard will do most of the heavy lifting, just make sure to correctly identify the OS version as Windows.

After this point the setup should consist of little more than moving around a few dials — Go with 1.5GB of RAM and 20GB of storage for better test. When it comes time to make the more difficult decisions refer to the following cheat sheet: you’ll want to create a new virtual hard disk, build the image as a VDI (VirtualBox Disk Image), dynamically allocate the virtual disk, and choose a location for the .VDI that will give you quick access (such as an SSD, not your NAS).

The decisions you just made will create the guest machine but the setup is not over yet — the operating system must be installed. This is as simple as running the instance you set up and following the “Install New OS” wizard. You’ll need to locate the downloaded ISO, and then simply follow the Windows 9 Technical Preview install process (it will be very easy). If everything goes as planned, it’ll be just like working with a physical computer.

One of the perks of VirtualBox is that once a machine is configured it can still be customized. This means that if the performance is not up to snuff you can configure an instance’s Settings to increase the RAM, add another processor.

That should be all you need to get the Windows 9 Technical Preview running on your Windows, OS X, Linux, or Solaris computer. The performance tuning is up to you, but if you have any trouble drop a comment below and we’ll see what we can do.

How to install windows 9 technical preview safely

 Windows 9 will be officially unveiled this week, and so i figured it was high time to go through installation process. Windows 9 Technical Preview will include many new features including the return of Start Menu, Notifications Center, virtual desktops, new icons for desktop and more...

If you really want to give a try to WTP and test it , The best way is to follow the method below play with the latest OS by Microsoft without actually losing your own OS and its data.

The safest thanks to install the Windows 9 Technical Preview for testing is to put in it as a (virtual machine) VM. Putting in the software package as a VM can provides it restricted access to your system and permit you upgrade to following Windows 9 Preview safely and with efficiency.

What Is a Virtual Machine?

A virtual machine is a program that acts as a virtual computer. It runs on your current operating system – the “host” operating system – and provides virtual hardware to “guest” operating systems. The guest operating systems run in windows on your host operating system, just like any other program on your computer. The guest operating system runs normally, as if it were running on a physical computer – from the guest operating system’s perspective, the virtual machine appears to be a real, physical computer.

Remember this version will be very buggy and not ready for prime time.  Don't install over your working machine.Other item from MS; they want you to give them feedback.  If this is problem for you then you will not be getting a beta release.Don't forget that i will provide you with WTP ISO files and i will show you the installation process here soon...stay tuned

Windows 9 Technical Preview Product key


September 30, 2014, 12:01 PM — The Windows 9 Technical Preview is expected to be available for download this week. And here is here's what will get from this first look at the next version of Windows.
  • Real Start menu
  • Virtual desktops and Notifications
  • Cortana 
  • More....
Perhaps the most important piece of information are the new screenshots that surfaced about the download page for preview. “Download Windows Technical Preview” with some other details, such as the download ISO sizes. According to the images Microsoft will be making a 32-bit and 64-bit version of the Windows 9 preview with download sizes of 3.16GB for x86 and 4.10GB for x64.

Also if you want to try Windows Technical Preview do not forget to use this product key from Microsoft , NKJFK-GPHP7-G8C3K-P6JXR-HQRJR. However, I don’t know if this product key is generic or it’s the key for a particular download but i will provide you with Windows Technical Preview ISO file as soon as possible as i will show you the installation process.

New screenshots of Windows 9 Build 9834


Windows 9 starts to look good as Threshold build 9834 leaks giving us an early sneak pick of what the future holds for the next version of the operating system.Last weeks a German website published several screenshots from an early release of Windows 9 that Microsoft made available to top partners. And the images are very real.
The operating system is labeled as “Windows Technical Preview” version 6.4 (9834.0.140908-0936.FBL_PARTNER_EEAP), which means that this build has been compiled on September 8, 2014.

But today two New screenshots of Windows 9 Build 9834 has been leaked .It does look as though recent leaks on Windows 9 have brought about a greater level of awareness of what this upcoming operating system is capable of, including the introduction of Wi-Fi Sense on the platform and virtual desktops feature also appears as more...

The report also states that the latestTechnical Preview build is 9844 as noted earlier, a Windows 9 Beta this year is looking increasingly likely. This would give Microsoft plenty of time to gather user feedback ahead of a full release, and hopefully generate some goodwill from hardcore users who could influence regular consumers.

Check Microsoft’s Windows 9 San Francisco event in your time zone here


Microsoft is about to unveil its next operating system, which is referred to by several users as Windows 9. There's also the hint that Microsoft is dropping the order of precedence by simply calling it Windows. Others are speculating that Microsoft will release an entirely different brand.

Currently, Microsoft refers to the upcoming Windows 9 as Windows Threshold or Windows X. The latter is more likely a placeholder, which means that it's not yet the final label. On a site dubbed "Windows Technical Preview for Enterprise," Microsoft listed the Windows TH name and gave out a hint on what users can expect in the next couple of days by adding the words that say "the next version of the Windows client operating system.

Microsoft is hosting an event September 30 to show off "what's next for Windows," signalling it's finally time to see Windows 9. The event, taking place in San Francisco at :
  • 10:00AM - Pacific
  • 11:00AM - Mountain
  • 12:00PM - Central
  • 1:00PM - Eastern
  • 5:00PM - GMT
  • 6:00PM - London
  • 7:00PM - Paris
  • 9:00PM - Moscow
  • 1:00AM (October 1st) - Hong Kong
  • 2:00AM (October 1st) - Tokyo
  • 3:00AM (October 1st) - Sydney
Excited for Windows 9? Continue to stick with WindowsBleu.com as we bring you all the news from the September 30 event.

We will try to do a live from San Francisco on September 30th .

Asimov a new real-time system to Gather Feedback On Windows 9 Usage


After spending the past two years in damage control mode over Windows 8, Microsoft will officially begin a new era for its OS on Tuesday, when it’s expected to unveil a technical preview of Windows’ next major version during an event focused on enterprise customers.

The rumors has circulated for a while, but it looks like Windows 9 will be available free to owners of Windows 8. That's according to Indonesian news site as we have reported that windows 9 could cost 30 $ for windows 7 users.

 It’s pretty well known that Microsoft is big on telemetry data for that Microsoft will be using a new system called “Asimov” (Halo influenced codename) which was originally built by the Xbox One team and is set to provide a near real-time view on how users are interacting with their new OS.hat lets the OS team see in near real-time what’s happening on users’ machines. This is how Microsoft may be able to measure how successful the features it “flights” with different user groups are.

With Windows 9, Microsoft will try again to better compete against iOS and Android, while at the same time protecting the dominance it still holds of the PC OS market. And it can’t afford another Windows 8-like blunder.
Windows 9 will probably be released in the second half of 2015. A reportedly leaked document indicates the release for both Windows 9 and Windows Phone 9 will launch between Q2 and Q3 2015.

Windows 7 users need to pay around 30 $ to upgrade to windows 9


It's fair to say that Windows 8 has not been a universal success. In many ways a necessary step not terribly well executed but don't worry if you are using it because a report claims that the President of Microsoft Indonesia, Andreas Diantoro, confirmed in a presentation this week that the launch of the next version of Windows could be free for people who have already installed Windows 8 on their PCs.

There's no official word on what Windows 9 will cost, but new information's leaked today says Windows 7 users need to pay around 30 $ to upgrade to windows 9.Microsoft has existing products that make it a lot of money, but is building new and better products for which it cannot charge as much. The market has changed. Apple gives away the most recent version of OS X for free, and PC- and laptop makers are feeling the pinch as smartphones and tablets eat into their markets.

Microsoft's recent pronouncements suggest a full return of the Start menu and that Windows 8-style apps will be able to run on the desktop. Windows 9 will definitely be less traumatic a chance for desktop users.

Don't forget that tomorrow Microsoft will host a press event where the company is expected to unveil what could be the last major overhaul of its flagship Windows operating system and i have reported that Windows 9 Build 9844 Reportedly Compiled so be on time for more news on windowsbleu.com.

Windows 9 Build 9844 Reportedly Compiled


Last weeks we had leaked screenshots and even videos from Windows 9 build 9834, After that new screens have appeared from build 9841, and i said what might well be very close to the actual Technical Preview.

These new screens come from different websites, which also has information on the Start menu (naturally), apps, files, personalization and more. One of the new things we learn is that anyone trying out the preview build will be able to provide feedback directly to Microsoft through a Feedback app. There can be no accusations of Microsoft not listening to customers this time around!

Word on the street is that Windows 9 build 9844 is the current build of Windows 9. It now appears that Microsoft have compiled build 9844 and might even be the Technical Preview "WTP" that will be in the conference tomorrow in San Francisco.

Microsoft has now added a new Share button on the Share tab in File Explorer which allows you to share selected items using compatible Windows apps.

Just learn MS will not release Windows 9 on the 30th but in first week of October or later.  When release remember this version will be very buggy and not ready for prime time.  Don't install over your working machine.Other item from MS; they want you to give them feedback.  If this is problem for you then you will not be getting a beta release.  MS wants new ideas not just complaints but how you would fit the problem.

Differences between "Windows Technical Preview" and "Windows Technical Preview for Enterprise"


With Windows Technical Preview "WTP" releasing to the masses it's important to get a handle on the functions the different "versions" of Windows 9 are intended to serve and the differences in features.

Windows 9 comes in two different versions: Technical Preview and Technical Preview for Enterprise.

Windows Technical Preview: WTP is a Basic Edition is intended for home users. This version includes the core features, but none of the business features. Basic Edition is great for those general consumers (mother, grandmother, father, step-uncle, far removed cousin).

Windows Technical Preview for Enterprise : WTP for Enterprise is the version that brings business premium features to Windows. Available through Windows Software Assurance, Windows WTP for Enterprise should includes all of the same features of Windows 9 Pro and then adds things like Windows To Go, DirectAccess, BranchCache, AppLocker, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), and Windows 8 app deployment.

To download  "Windows Technical Preview" and "Windows Technical Preview for Enterprise" a link will be available here soon.

Microsoft reveal windows Technical preview 2014 forum

On September 30, Microsoft is widely expected to give the world its first official look at Windows 9 aka" windows TH".
To this point, rumors indicate that Windows 9 will likely include a revamped version of the Start menu, a version of Microsoft’s Cortana voice assistant, and a reworked Windows Update which may give you the ability to download brand new versions of Windows straight from the utility.

Now we know that the download URL for the Windows Technical Preview when it goes live (complete with a tiny screenshot showing the new Start menu), we also know that the 32-bit version of the ISO file will be just over 3GB, while the 64-bit version will be about 4GB.

While Windows 9 is the easiest name that comes to mind is seems like Microsoft already created a new category for the coming new OS under the name of  Winpreview2014,we still don't know the real name of new generation of windows but it could be "Windows preview 2014"

The details aren't exactly huge but it shows things are well underway for the next version of Windows and that a technical preview for those who want to be first in line to give it a go.

Windows technical preview for enterprise

We fully expect Microsoft to release a technical preview of Windows Threshold and as we approach that launch window, we are learning more and more about the release and what all will be included

A new Windows Technical Preview for Enterprise went live on Microsoft’s servers showing “Windows TH”  and its very clear means “Windows Threshold” as the next version of the Windows client operating system” the site details with some of the reasons to why enterprises need to upgrade:

The next version of the Windows client operating system will enable IT professionals to provide users with a familiar experience across multiple devices while enhancing security and manageability. It will also offer new and improved features that enable businesses to:
  • Defend against modern security threats
  • Elevate employee productivity
  • Embrace the mobile and cloud era
  • Enable upgrade without upheaval

Windows technical preview in 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit (x64)

 Welcome to the Windows 10 Technical Preview 32 Bit and 64 bit .

Download Windows 10 Tech Preview 32 bit X86 direct link
Download Windows 10 Tech Preview 64 bit X64 direct link
Download Windows 10 Technical Preview for Enterprise 32bit x86 and 64bit X64 direct links
How to install Windows 10 Technical Preview with simple steps
How to Install Windows 10 Technical Preview on VMware

As you can notice Windows technical preview will have the download links for the 32 bit version as for 64 bit version when it comes out.Windows Technical Preview to be pretty large and come in somewhere between 3.15 GB for 32 bit (x86) and 4.10 GB for 64 bit (x64)

A bunch of screenshots for Microsoft's next major release of its personal computer operating system have leaked, giving an insight into how the OS will look, ahead of its public roll-out.
Codenamed Windows technical preview "Threshold" , is likely to bring several improvements on the current version including a new Start menu, modern apps and multi-desktop features. These features already been caught in leaked screenshots.

Besides, these screenshots are from build version 9834 of Windows 10, freshly created on 8 September and distributed to all Microsoft partners.

Download windows technical preview screenshot from Microsoft website

 After months of rumors and reports, last week an internal build of upcoming Windows 9 build named ‘Windows Technical Preview’ with build number 9834 got leaked on the web. The leaked screenshots revealed number of upcoming features in Windows 9 like new Start Menu, updated desktop UI look and more. Today, windows technical preview aka "threshold" or maybe will be called "Windows 9" download links has been leaked in a screenshot on the web.
This site published several screenshots from an early release of Windows 9 that Microsoft made available to top partners. And the images are very real and one of the partners has took a screenshot for his desktop while he was ready to download it.The operating system is labeled as “Windows Technical Preview” version 6.4 (9834.0.140908-0936.FBL_PARTNER_EEAP), which means that this build has been compiled on September 8, 2014.and it has just few languages options and are:

  • English Windows Technical Preview  
  • English (United Kingdom) Windows Technical Preview  
  • Chinese (simplified) Windows Technical Preview  
  • Portuguese Windows Technical Preview
Don't forget that build 9834 Codenamed Threshold, Windows 9 is likely to bring several improvements on the current version including a new Start menu, modern apps and multi-desktop features. These features have been caught in previews leaked screenshots.

Windows 9 download link has been leaked but no access

 
Microsoft is said to be ready to launch Windows 9 at the end of this month or the beginning of next month, with a beta / preview download available on a date soon after. Code named Threshold, the new operating system is expected to finally fix our gripes with Windows.

Microsoft already begun inviting reporters to an event concerning “what’s next for Windows.” ... It doesn’t take Nostradamus to connect the dots as Microsoft won’t confirm its agenda, but all conventional wisdom points to some type of preview of Windows 9. Some build of Windows 9 has been provided to hardware partners like build 9834 and build 9821 and build 9841...details have steadily leaked over the past few weeks.

A new screenshot has been posted on PCbeta shows the link from where you can download windows Threshold build 9834 "https://connect.microsoft.com/threshold/download" but no one has the access to the download now except partners.Even there is a specific invitation code To download this build from the link above if you can access to it..

For now called Windows 9 and also known as Threshold, should address much of the criticism.Microsoft has been secretive about its upcoming OS so far, but thanks to several leaks some details on Windows 9 start to take shape. In May 2014 we obtained information about the possible release date of a first beta of Windows 9, abut now we have just few days to put our hands on the new build . Especially Microsoft’s personal assistance software Cortana will make its entrance in Windows 9.

Microsoft Indonesia : windows 9 upgrade free for windows 8 users


I already reported about a number of different things coming in Windows 9 (Threshold), the next major version of Windows which is pegged for launch sometime in 2015. I talked about the desktop, and how Microsoft is set to remove it for certain devices whilst improving it for PC's and laptops dramatically. Today, more sources have jumped on the bandwagon, revealing even more information such as the pricing of Windows 9 for windows 8.

Soon will see Microsoft present Windows 9 in San Francisco, hopefully revealing some new details. In addition to to showing off all the cool functions, However, the cat could be out the bag, as comments from a local Microsoft President in Indonesia, Andreas Diantoro, suggests that Windows 9 will be provided as a free update for Windows 8 but he didn't provide any information's about other users.

By making Windows 9, aka "Threshold," free, Microsoft will be able to push more than half of all Windows 8 users to the upgrade within a matter of months, an analysis of user share data shows.

Windows 9 will be designed for only 64 bit and 128 bit system - rumor


Microsoft has sent out invitations for an event on 30 September where it is expected to announce the Windows 9 beta as a 'technical preview' and follow-up to Windows 8.

It shouldn't come as a surprise that Windows 9 will be supporting 4K out of the box. However, according to a Russian website, Microsoft's forthcoming operating system will also be able to power 8K monitors (when they become mainstream, that is).
PCPortal published two pictures that appear to show the new sizes of the Windows Explorer icon, which show an ultra-sharp 768 x 768 pixel-resolution grid for the ubiquitous graphic.

According to reports the new operating system from microsoft aka "windows 9" will be designed for only 64 bit and 128 bit system, and this will hurt 32 bit users.So if you are using 32 bit system you can’t enjoy the Windows 9 unless you upgrade your system to 64 bit at least.

Microsoft has not mentioned yet Windows 9 by name but Microsoft’s latest OS Windows 9 is coming soon.

Windows 9 Tech Preview to provide up to 768 x 768 icons to support 8K displays

Microsoft's upcoming Windows update will support higher resolution display, according to a new leak.Windows 8 had issues supporting devices with high DPI (dots per inch) resolutions.
With the Windows 8.1 update this improved, as Microsoft introduced DPI scaling improvements with the 4K display technology. The improvements focused on optimising the usability and readability of high DPI displays, providing a uniform experience on multi-display systems, and empowering developers to optimise app-specific scaling based on display DPI.
Windows 9 will reportedly support devices with double the resolution of than Windows 8.1 can support.It has emerged through a leak that Microsoft's upcoming Windows 9 OS will support high resolution displays up to 8K (7680x4320).

The Windows builds given to partners reveal new 768 X 768 pixel icons. This is a good indication that Microsoft has listened to the criticism and has gone through great lengths to fix it, not only the icons support new sizes of up to 768×768 pixels, but also the system resources and Zoom system have been updated to support high-DPI screens as i said.

Recently, Dell announced the new Dell UltraSharp 27 Ultra HD 5K Monitor, the world’s first display with Ultra HD 5K resolution (5120 x 2880). Ultra HD 5K is equivalent to four times the resolution of QHD and seven times the resolution of Full HD. This upcoming Windows 9 improvement would be a welcome change for customers who buy this Dell’s new display

24 new windows 9 start Menu screenshots

It's no secret that an upcoming Windows update codenamed 'Threshold' or could be windows 9 will herald the return of the Start menu and allow Metro apps to operate in windowed mode. Heck, the image above came straight from build 9834. But whenever fresh screenshots of the interface show up it's always worth taking a look.

 
Last week we had leaked screenshots and even videos from Windows 9 build 9834 as we had this week new screens have appeared from build 9841, or what might well be very close to the actual Technical Preview

Download windows 9 preview iso after 30 september

 

 When Windows 8 launched it was the most radical update to the planet’s primary OS since Windows 95. That’s because Windows 8 ditched what is probably the most noticeable bit of UI in history – the Start menu – in favour of the Metro tiled interface.

After months of rumors and reports, last week an internal build of upcoming Windows 9 build named ‘Windows Technical Preview’ with build number 9834 got leaked on the web. The leaked screenshots revealed number of upcoming features in Windows 9 like new Start Menu, updated desktop UI look and more and yesterday we got some new information's said the latest build that will be leaked is build 9841. Microsoft has already submitted testing builds of Windows 9 to partners, but also to a number of journalists who signed confidentiality agreements to make sure that no leaks would be happening.

Microsoft is expected to deliver an early preview version of Windows Threshold next month, the codename for what will likely be named Windows 9. The software maker has been gradually working on the release over the past several months, adding and tweaking features ready for a "technology preview" release to the public.
All partners can't leak any build.We got some information's says that the builds will be leaked after Microsoft event this September 30 even Microsoft won't be live-streaming the event.

Windows 9 "Start" menu to change the color as the windows - screenshots

Microsoft is bringing back the Start menu in the new Windows. But this isn't the old Windows 7 Start menu, it's a new and enhanced version that combines functionality from the Windows 7 Start menu with some features we saw in the Windows 8.x Start screen.

the Start Menu has the same design as the one demoed off at BUILD 2014 in San Francisco earlier this year — full of Live Tiles, and all that cheese.

But once these Live Tiles are removed, you are left with a Stat Menu that resembles the one available in Windows 7. The classic Start Menu should be quite welcome by those that wish to retain the similar look and feel of the desktop in Windows 9.




we have confirmation of another configuration option in the upcoming operating system that will allow users to enable or disable a particular feature as they see fit. as if you changed the color of your desktop the start menu color will changed too.

Microsoft  had everyone getting the preview sign confidentiality agreements to make sure they wouldn’t publish screenshots or information online, again in an attempt to keep everything secret until the beta sees daylight. so i believe that windows 9 won't be leaked until October.