Windows 8 presents a new touch-oriented UI that differs from the traditional Windows desktop users are familiar with. There is a learning curve with Windows 8, but it doesn’t take long to get new users back to productivity.

This cheat sheet will help users:

  • Configure and personalize their desktop and start screen to increase familiarity and ease of use.
  • Learn the basic mouse and touch gestures in the new OS.
  • Have a reference for keyboard shortcuts to improve their navigational abilities on the new UI.

Providing users with a user guide for the new OS will return them to productivity faster, while reducing Help Desk calls.

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Search Code: 58811
Published: June 21, 2013
Last Revised: June 21, 2013


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