Over the past few weeks, I have been speaking with Partners about my experience with Windows 8…. and I LOVE it!
I now use my Windows 8 tablet exclusively.
And of course I always show it off when I get the chance
Inevitably, people ask me how they can get Windows 8…. and can they upgrade their existing machines.
Generally, these existing machines are not touch enabled, so I have to explain that Windows 8 can still be used with a mouse and keyboard!
There are some tips and tricks to get things done quickly, but I recommend scrolling down through Woody’s post to see some of the mouse gestures:
as well as some great information from the Windows 8 team here:
In the latter post you will see a link to the Keyboard shortcuts:
download the PDF or download the XPS
All I have to say is that the WINDOWS KEY is your friend!
I love using touch while on the road, but the keyboard shortcuts help me get things done QUICKLY when I’m sitting at my desk.
windows 8 provide single API to deal with all 3 stuffs, keyboard, mouse, toch interface