The Complete Idiot's Guide to Microsoft Windows 8

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Microsoft Windows 8

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Penguin Putnam
Microsoft® Windows® 8 is designed to mesh users digital lives seamlessly-from desktop to phone to tablet-by utilizing a look and feel that give users a new Windows experience. However, with all of this change comes new features that may catch old-school Windows users off guard.

In The Complete Idiot's Guide® to Microsoft® Windows® 8, veteran tech writer Paul McFedries uses his friendly style and wit to comfort experienced Windows users and newbies alike by explaining all the new features, as well as the old, and helping everyone overcome trepidation about using this completely updated look to the most popular desktop operating system in the world. You will learn how to use new Windows 8 features including tiles and the new home screen, how you can mesh your data with "the cloud," and much more. And, when all else fails, McFedries teaches you how to easily and seamlessly toggle back to the "old" and familiar Windows look and feel, should the new experience prove to be a bit more change than desired.



Random House, Inc.
Microsoft® Windows® 8 is designed to mesh users digital lives seamlessly-from desktop to phone to tablet-by utilizing a look and feel that give users a new Windows experience. However, with all of this change comes new features that may catch old-school Windows users off guard.

In The Complete Idiot's Guide® to Microsoft® Windows® 8, veteran tech writer Paul McFedries uses his friendly style and wit to comfort experienced Windows users and newbies alike by explaining all the new features, as well as the old, and helping everyone overcome trepidation about using this completely updated look to the most popular desktop operating system in the world. You will learn how to use new Windows 8 features including tiles and the new home screen, how you can mesh your data with "the cloud," and much more. And, when all else fails, McFedries teaches you how to easily and seamlessly toggle back to the "old" and familiar Windows look and feel, should the new experience prove to be a bit more change than desired.



Dorling Kindersley Pub

Microsoft® Windows® 8 is designed to mesh users digital lives seamlessly-from desktop to phone to tablet-by utilizing a look and feel that give users a new Windows experience. However, with all of this change comes new features that may catch old-school Windows users off guard.

In The Complete Idiot's Guide® to Microsoft® Windows® 8, veteran tech writer Paul McFedries uses his friendly style and wit to comfort experienced Windows users and newbies alike by explaining all the new features, as well as the old, and helping everyone overcome trepidation about using this completely updated look to the most popular desktop operating system in the world. You will learn how to use new Windows 8 features including tiles and the new home screen, how you can mesh your data with "the cloud," and much more. And, when all else fails, McFedries teaches you how to easily and seamlessly toggle back to the "old" and familiar Windows look and feel, should the new experience prove to be a bit more change than desired.



Baker & Taylor
This guide provides simple step-by-step instructions to help readers transition to Windows 8 from earlier versions, and explains how to use new tools, find applications and files instantly, navigate efficiently, and get the most out of Internet Explorer.

Publisher: New York : Alpha Books, c2012
ISBN: 9781615642366
1615642366
Characteristics: xvi, 352 p. : ill. ; 23 cm

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