Google has been releasing updates to its 3D rendering software, Maya, for a few years now.
The latest version of the software is called Windows 8.1, and it will allow users to get the latest version and all the features they want without having to install any additional software.
Here’s how to get it running on your PC.1.
Install Windows 8, 8.2, or 8.3 on your computer.
Open a command prompt window.
Click Start and type the following command: Windows-X.exe /setprop -desktop “Windows 8.0 x64” -user “Your-username” -password “YourPassword” -novid -disable-gpu -setprop-enabled 0x8032b01206432a -setprops 2.
If prompted, enter your username and password.3.
You will now be prompted to enter a password.4. Click OK.
Now you should see a message stating: Your-Windows-x.exe is running in the background.
Right click your desktop and select Properties.
Click on the Advanced tab.
In the “Advanced Options” section, select “Allow this program to run on my computer.”
Select “Enable all” from the list.
Click Save and Close.
Click Restart Now to start the installation process.
Wait until it finishes.
After the installation has finished, click Start and wait for it to finish.
When it is done, the Windows screen should say Windows 8 is now installed.
You can restart your computer by typing Windows8.exe and then clicking Restart.
You should see your new Windows 8 desktop appear in your Start menu.
Select Applications from the Start menu, and click Start from the left-hand menu.