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Windows 8 Tips [Part 3]

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Windows 8 is a new OS and people are not familiar to it. This article series will help you to get familiarized with the OS.

Create a picture password

Using a picture password is a fun way keep your device secure while not having to remember a complex password. To enable it, press the Windows key + I to get to the settings charm. Click “Change PC settings” at the bottom right, and go to the Users tab. Under “Sign-in options” will be the “Create a picture password” button. This will give you the option to choose any picture, and then define three gestures anywhere on the image. Your gestures can be circles, swipes and clicks. Continue reading

Windows 8 Tips [Part 2]

3Windows 8 is a new OS and people are not familiar to it. This article series will help you to get familiarized with the OS.

Adjust privacy settings Continue reading

Windows 8 Tips [Part 1]

3Windows 8 is a new OS and people are not familiar to it. This article series will help you to get familiarized with the OS.Zoom in tight

The Start Screen is full of nice, big, chunky tiles that represent all your apps. The tiles are easy to see in small groups, but what if you have hundreds of apps installed? Most will be hidden from view, unless you want to do a lot of scrolling. Enter the new semantic zoom feature. Continue reading

Keyboard Shortcuts for Windows 8

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     With Windows 8 and Windows RT, you can use the keyboard shortcuts you’re already using, and you’ll find new ones too. For example, the easiest way to search on the Start screen is to simply start typing. Not on the Start screen? Press the Windows logo key‌windows_vista_logo  and you can quickly switch between Start and the app you’re in. Continue reading