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For the first time since Windows XP, Microsoft is forcing users to enter a product key before Windows can be installed. This can be very annoying for legitimate users that simply want to install Windows 8 for testing. I find myself installing Windows 8 frequently and this is one of my primary annoyances while writing my new book on Windows 8.
It is not clear if this change was an attempt to cut down on piracy or rather a simplification of the installation process. I would bet the latter since the same installation media is actually used for both the standard and pro editions of Windows 8. Depending on the product key entered the correct edition is installed. I can imagine there were users of Windows 7 that complained when they installed the wrong edition by mistake which they could not activate with their key and had to re-install windows and all their apps.
The enterprise edition already lets users install without a product key since that version is configured for KMS activation servers. However, the standard and pro editions prompt for a product key as soon as you try to install. This guide will help you create a custom boot CD or USB device that will display a edition selection menu similar to Windows 7 and also allow you to skip entering a product key during installation. Once Windows is installed, you will need to enter a valid product key within 90 days.
An edition of VS, i.e. Visual Studio Express 2012, is available for everyone for free: -us/windows/apps/hh852659. The Express edition is available in 10 languages (well, actually 14): English (international English), Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian and Spanish. Language packs exist for Czech, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil) and Turkish.
Hello Pedre Pedro,Thanks for the input and it provided an idea about the Win 8. I am an automation guy and I look for some clarity from you.Our testing requirement is Win 8 (soon) -we plan to run the Stuff in Server boxes (with more users and less time ). here I need some inputs from your end.Thanks in advance.1. Do we have Windows Server 8 and so how may users it will suport (I like to have 20 users)2. If so, will the arch of Window 8 (So called client/Desk top) and windows Server 8 same?3. Are windows Server 8 and Windows 2012 are same ? ( is it Same OS called with different name )4. Also can I say Windows 8 compatible server models are Win 8 and Windows 2012 ? 350c69d7ab