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Windows 8 AIO 18in1 NetFx3 x64/x86 2012 | 5.53 GB

This will NOT fit on a 4.7GiB DVDR. You need a Multi-Layer DVDR or USB – There are no well established activation bypass as of yet, so I have not included them. Every activator available to date uses old legit keys and kms servers with outdated blacklists. If you manage to get your copy of Windows 8 activated, I highly recommend backing up your activation with Advanced Tokens Manager 3.5 beta 3 or later from Josh Cell Software.

No Windows 8 Settings were harmed in the making of this ISO.
No Programs are added.
No Unattended Settings were added to the installation.
No Registry Settings were modified.Either burn the included .iso file to a dvdr or use a usb flash drive.
I have included diskpart instructions and the win7usb tool.
I personally use diskpart and winrar, but the tool may be easier.32 bit Build 9200 MSDN Sources:en_windows_8_x86_dvd_915417
en_windows_8_pro_vl_x86_dvd_917830
en_windows_8_pro_n_vl_x86_dvd_918877
en_windows_8_n_x86_dvd_916097
en_windows_8_enterprise_n_x86_dvd_918707
en_windows_8_enterprise_x86_dvd_917587
64 bit Build 9200 MSDN Sources:en_windows_8_x64_dvd_915440
en_windows_8_pro_vl_x64_dvd_917699
en_windows_8_pro_n_vl_x64_dvd_918677
en_windows_8_n_x64_dvd_916091
en_windows_8_enterprise_x64_dvd_917522
en_windows_8_enterprise_n_x64_dvd_918052

Installations included:

Windows 8 32-bit, Windows 8 N 32-bit, Windows 8 Pro 32-bit,
Windows 8 Pro N 32-bit, Windows 8 Pro VL 32-bit,
Windows 8 PRO N VL 32-bit, Windows 8 Pro with Media Center 32-bit,
Windows 8 Enterprise 32-bit, Windows 8 Enterprise N 32-bit
Windows 8 64-bit, Windows 8 N 64-bit, Windows 8 Pro 64-bit,
Windows 8 Pro N 64-bit, Windows 8 Pro VL 64-bit,
Windows 8 PRO N VL 64-bit, Windows 8 Pro with Media Center 64-bit,
Windows 8 Enterprise 64-bit, Windows 8 Enterprise N 64-bit

Tools used:

imagex for image extraction
dism for file package addition
oscdimg for iso mastering
SXS folder for x86 and x64 merged

KB Files added via add-package dism:
KB2712101, KB2756872, KB2758994, KB2761094, KB2764870, KB2768703
NetFX 2.0-3.5.1 added with DISM using SXS folder.

I have personally tested every install on this ISO. It should not require a setup key as there is a skip button, but if it does, I have included some default install keys. I have not verified them as working. Use them at your own risk.

These MSDN iso sources have pre-release EULA on some of the installations.
All reports indicate that the binaries are exactly the same as the ones in the retail dvds. If you don’t like it, don’t use it. If you want to use a retail version, you need a retail key. The programs are the same.

Download:

Mirror:

Windows 8 Transformation Pack 6.5 | Theme My PC.

Like it or not, in order to be a member of the Internet community you need to have a profile. This may be an actual profile on multiple social networkspacked full of personal information, or it could just be the persona you adopt and nurture in an online setting. Either way you’ll probably have a profilepicture.

Inspired by Mark’s recent infographic showing what people’s personal profile picture says about them, I thought it would be good to hear how and why you chose the image that sums you up in just a few hundred pixels. That’s the subject of this week’s ‘We Ask [You] Tell Us’ column, your chance to inform us rather than the other way around.


There are an infinite number of choices open to you when choosing your social networking profile picture. You can use one of yourself, posed just for the occasion, captured off-guard, or drunk and pulling a funny face. You can use one of a celebrity, perhaps your favorite personality of the moment or one that suits your mood. You can use a graphic, a logo, a product, etc. Ad infinitum.
We already know the damaging effect of choosing unwisely, or even not choosing at all by just keeping that silhouetted Invisible Man-style non-picture on your page. But how did you come to the decision to use the picture you have staring out at the world and the Web right now?
I usually use a friendly picture of myself looking natural, but in advance of this column I switched to Burt Reynolds for a few days on Facebook. Why? Because 1970′s Burt Reynolds was the man, and I wanted to see what reaction he got. None, is the sad answer. Hopefully you’ll have better reasons for How? and Why? than I do.
We Ask You… now You Tell Us. All comments will be digested to form conclusions in a follow-up post next week.

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Posted: August 20, 2012 in Wallpapers
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