Monday, 3 March 2014


Windows 8 may have been built for touch based devices, but that doesn't mean it won't deliver an amazing experience with a mouse and a keyboard as well. 

The first thing you'll notice when you power up your device running Microsoft's latest Operating System is the new start screen. Replacing the start menu, this new screen not only gives you shortcuts to your favorite applications, but now also allows for new live tiles which will show you important information at a glance.




The new start screen is accessible a few ways:

Touch: If you're using a touch based device, you can swipe from the right edge of the device towards the center. This will open up the charms menu on the right, one of which is your start button. Select the start button to return to the start screen.

Mouse: If you're using your mouse, just click on the bottom left corner of the screen, where the old start menu icon used to be.

Keyboard: If you're using a keyboard, you can access the start menu with your familiar Windows key

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