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After Windows 7 introduced users to Libraries they quickly became popular, offering an easy way to collate and organise media folders from various locations.
Windows 8 continued to utilise them, but in Windows 8.1 they suddenly disappeared.
The reasons why libraries were removed aren’t entirely clear.
Windows 8.1 has been available since October 2013, with its first major update having just been released on April 8th.
In light of the release, we take the chance to follow up on our original 7 Windows 8.1 Upgrade Issues and How to Fix Them article with another look at some problems and issues that users have faced when using Microsoft’s flagship operating system.
Most users will not need two admin accounts on one machine, so once you have followed the instructions to restore the original account you should delete the duplicate.
While Windows 8.1 Update 1 goes some way to addressing the concerns of mouse users, several people still claim that they find the Charms Bar a hindrance.The fix is simple, just head to your computer’s ‘Network and Sharing Centre’, click on ‘Change advanced sharing settings’ and check the box next to ‘Turn off network discovery’. Again, the fix is simple enough, just download a free anti-virus software such as Avast or AVG and do a complete system scan.If you’re not sure which software to choose, try reading our review of the ten best free anti-virus programs.The cause of the problem is unknown, but several users (myself included) reported having unresponsive titles on the start screen after updating.The ‘dead tiles’ are the leftovers from old native apps that were not properly removed after updating, such as the old chat, camera, and photo programs.This will cause your computer to become progressively more sluggish until eventually it crashes. The most widely reported, and therefore most likely, is the Windows u PNP service (Universal Plug-and-Play).The service is designed to continually scan your network for new plug-and-play devices – yet it has been known to malfunction – scanning continuously until there are no system resources remaining.Once you are presented with the search results right click on ‘cmd’ and choose ‘Run as Administrator’.A new window will open and you should enter the following command: ‘ net user administrator /active: yes’.This is especially true if you are playing a game or using a website which often requires you to move your mouse to that part of the screen. Open your computer’s Control Panel then click on ‘Mouse’.Once the new window opens you need to click on the ‘Device Settings tab’, highlight the mouse you use, and choose ‘Settings’.