After 17 years, Microsoft has dared to re-imagine Windows again. The promotion of the new “Modern User Interface” (Modern UI) ahead of the Desktop and Microsoft’s push for developers to focus on building web-based touch-enabled apps for a new generation of tablets, laptops and PC’s is a major change. I can still see the Desktop remaining a big part of the user experience for a long time to come, but like Windows 95 all those years ago, Windows 8 stands out as a radical redesign.
At first this sweeping change of design can be a bit of a shock for even the most experienced Windows user, especially if you use a Keyboard & Mouse! Learning to use the Keyboard Shortcuts in this guide is an essential part of mastering Windows 8.
This handy reference is divided into several categories to help you quickly find the shortcut you need, when you need it.
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- UpdatedAugust 18,2014
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