•Get to grips with the new Metro interface
•Touch screen functionality is dealt with in depth
•It deals with the basics (everything you could do from the Start screen)The book begins by showing how to get started with Windows 8 and get to grips with the new Metro interface
It deals with the basics (everything you could do from the Start screen in previous versions), accessing items, arranging your screen and using additional controls that are available from the sides of the screen
Much of the functionality of Windows 8 is aimed at touch screen devices, whether they are desktop computers, laptops or tablets
This is dealt with in depth, as well as showing how everything can still be done with a traditional mouse and keyboard.