Windows 8 Tutorials

Posted: September 7, 2012 in Geek Stuff, Op. Systems

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Welcome to our Windows 8 tutorials page.

We have put together a complete overview of all the different parts and functions of Windows 8.

As you probably know, Windows 8 is the most comprehensive overhaul of an Operating System that Microsoft have ever done.

Almost everything is different from Windows 7 and it may take a little adjusting to get used to.

We put these tutorials together to help you make sense of all the changes. If you get any value from these tutorials, please share them with others on FaceBook, Twitter and Google Plus.


Upgrade to Windows 8:

An article giving you upgrade advice if you’re moving to Windows 8 from XP, Vista or Windows 7.

Introduction to the Windows 8 interface

Microsoft have totally re-imagined Windows. The new user interface is different from anything you have ever seen in a Windows Operating System. Learn about Metro, Charms, Hot Corners and more. Here’s what you can read about:

The Windows 8 Charms Bar

Microsoft have totally re-imagined Windows. The new user interface is different from anything you have ever seen in a Windows Operating System. Here’s some of that content:

Windows 8 PC Settings

From your wireless settings to getting notifications and your computer updates, you can tweak your PC settings here. Here are the items covered:

Windows 8 FAQ’s

In this section, we show you how to deal with communications, connecting to the web, productivity, social media and more.

Windows 8 Applications

In this section, we’ll walk you through the new applications that come with Windows 8.

Windows 8 Control Panel

Remember the Control Panel in Windows 7? Well Windows 8 has a Control Panel as well. Here’s what you can expect to find there.

 Windows 8 Administrative Tools

The Windows 8 Administrator Tools are not enabled by default but are very important. If you have System Admin access on your computer, you need to know how to use these.

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