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Oct
29
comment Is it possible to mount an ISO image in Windows 8 without third-party software?
@Joey Understood, but my answer says "or double click on the ISO file".
Oct
29
comment Is it possible to mount an ISO image in Windows 8 without third-party software?
@Joey Yup - Right click and select Mount from the context menu or double click on the ISO file
Oct
29
comment Is it possible to mount an ISO image in Windows 8 without third-party software?
Wow! There is a lot of bad feeling and a LOT of down-voting going on. Here I was thinking that SuperUser.com implemented the Win 8 challenge to seed the site with Win 8 info and get as much knowledge as possible in one place. I must have been mistaken.
Oct
29
comment Is it possible to mount an ISO image in Windows 8 without third-party software?
@Indrek I had no idea that this feature existed and I had searched for and installed some 3rd party software, (Virtual CloneDrive), before I discovered that it was now built into Windows 8. The hope is that this article will rank highly enough on search engines that other people, like me, searching for a solution will see this before they install unnecessary additional software.
Oct
28
comment Where is the Hibernate option in Windows 8?
@PratyushNalam Have you tried it? Shutdown only hibernates the kernal session but all user application sessions are closed. Hibernate hibernates the whole session and allows you to pick up where you left off exactly like hibernate in Win 7.
Oct
28
comment Where is the Hibernate option in Windows 8?
I did have some devices in device manager without drivers including the GFX card, and I thought that was the cause. But the Hibernate option was still missing even after installing the correct drivers and restarting.