Get Started With Windows 8 And Its Keyboard Shortcuts To Help You Get Around

It has been over half a year now, that Windows 8 has been with us, and it has been spreading its features and behaviors that plan to completely baffle the most experienced PC users. If you're a used to early versions of Windows then you're going to notice that a lot has changed and they are immediately intuitive.

Windows 8 brings numerous enhancement to the operating system that we are all used to, but it also introduces bigger changes. The OS feature in Windows 8 has given phenomenal touch control feature that in result had made the mouse and keyboard commands feel like left out or afterthoughts.

Here goes out the Start menu and the new touch-based Start screen comes into the system with new Windows 8 apps style and new interface customs. You can make your Windows Start screen tiles by adjusting the sizes, location of the files or folders.
So get started with Windows 8, to take the advantage of SkyDrive as it gives you the convenience of cloud, it serves as the backup for PC settings as well Dropbox-style syncing services.
Following are some most important tips and tricks, so get the most out of Windows 8 shortcuts keys:
Press the Windows key to enter the Start screen or get access to the Desktop.
Press the Windows key + M to minimize everything that's showing on the desktop.
Press the Windows key + D to open the Windows Desktop.
Press the Windows key + . to quickly open or close Windows apps on the side of the screen.
Press the Windows key + X to quickly open the access menu, which gives you access to many of the features most power users would want like Device Manager and Command Prompt, File Explorer, Run and more.
Press the Windows key + C to open the Charms.
Press the Windows key + I to open the Settings menu, which is the same Settings found in Charms and give access to the Control Panel, Personalization, and your Power button.
Press and hold the Windows key + Tab to open a list of currently running programs or show open apps.
Press the Windows key + Print screen to take a screen shot, which automatically get saved into your Pictures folder.

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