Wednesday, July 31, 2013

How Will You Use Windows 8?

How Will You Use Windows 8?

Since Windows 8 is so different, it will probably change the way you use your computer. This may take a while to get used to, but keep in mind that these changes are designed to make your computing experience easier and smoother.
For example, if you've used previous versions of Windows, you may be accustomed to launching programs by clicking on the Start button. In Windows 8, you'll use the Start screen instead. On the other hand, you'll still be able to use the Desktop view to organize your files and folders, and to open older programs.

Launching an app from the Start screen
Most people will have to use both the Start screen and the Desktop, depending on the task. You'll probably have to switch back and forth, which may be disorienting at first. However, if you mainly use your computer to browse the web, you may spend almost all of your time in the Start screen.

Switching from the Desktop to the Start screen

Should You Upgrade to Windows 8?

As you can see, Windows 8 is a big change from previous versions of Windows. It's not just a new version with new features — in many ways, it's a different operating system. If you don't like the idea of changing the way you use your computer, you may prefer to stick with your current version, or upgrade to Windows 7. But if you like the new features that you've seen so far, then you may find that Windows 8 offers an easier and more enjoyable experience. In the next lesson, we'll cover some of the information you'll need to know before you upgrade, including different editions of Windows 8 and the hardware requirements.

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