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Quickpost: Some Windows 8 Observations

18
Oct
2011

I assume you know Microsoft released Windows 8 Developer Preview.

1) The UserAssist registry keys still exist, and still use ROT13 encoding:

Notice that there are also entries for the launching of Metro apps (e.g. alarms).

But there are also a couple of extra keys, I’ll analyze them when more definitive versions of Windows 8 are released:

2) My USBVirusScan tool still works.

3) The AppInit_DLLs registry key still exists:

4) And the SafeBoot keys also still exists, but Safe Mode (F8) has a Metro-style GUI.

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