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MaheshMoran/FlickrMicrosoft has officially ended mainstream support for Windows 8.1, marking the second-to-last milestone in the four-year-old operating system’s lifecycle. The last will come in 2023, when Microsoft will end all support for it. In the meantime, users can at least expect security updates, but no further improvements.Does Windows 8.1 install require Internet?
Installing Windows features (most commonly .NET 3.5 or .NET 2.0) on a Windows 8, 8.1, 10 or Windows Server 2012 (R2) machine, generally requires you to be connected to the internet so that Windows can download the source files from Windows Update.Does Firefox work with Windows 8.1?
Firefox has more options than Internet Explorer: more add-ins that make it work better and safer than either IE or Chrome. Installing Firefox in Windows 8.1 can't be simpler. You don't need to disable Internet Explorer, pat your head, and rub your belly or jump through any other hoops.