The assembly is made based on the original images from MSDN. The languages were integrated: English, Russian and updates on JUNE, 2018. It is possible to install both from under the BIOS and from under the system (the installation process from the subsystem was not fully tested).
A PC that responds in less time, allowing increased productivity and provides greater protection against risks. You can run many Windows XP productivity programs in Windows XP Mode and recover data easily with automatic backups. You can connect to company networks effortlessly and more securely with Domain Join.
You need a 1GHz or faster CPU (it also needs to support PAE or PAE-NX Physical Address Extension for new security features in the Windows 8 kernel), 1GB of RAM (or 2GB for 64-bit systems), 20GB of hard drive space and a DirectX 9 graphics card with WDDM driver.
Scanning a fully loaded Windows 7 system with a lot of apps installed and many gigabytes of files takes around 10 minutes, then another hour (or on a really loaded system, two) to set up Windows 8 with all your compatible programs intact. If you're doing a clean installation without keeping any applications, or an upgrade where you just keep files and settings, it's much faster.