Master the basics of Microsoft Windows 8 and find out what’s new in the latest version of Windows
Our free Windows 8 tutorials will demystify the radical new operating system and help you quickly become comfortable with this version of Windows. Windows 8 is here and this version of Windows could be the most controversial yet. Fortunately our Windows 8 tutorials are here to help you. Optimised for touch computers and tablets as well as desktops, the Start Menu that Windows users have been used to since Windows 95 has gone, replaced by a new tile-based Start screen. Windows 8′s newest applications are designed to run perfectly on touch only machines, meaning working with them is significantly different to using regular Windows applications. It’s lucky that we’re still here to provide you all with tutorials to help ease you into the new operating system!
Windows 8.1 is out now! This is a major update to Windows 8 with many improvements and enhancements. Our tutorials have now been updated for the new version of the OS. Don’t know how to get Windows 8.1? Check this tutorial.
Based on feedback from our readers, we’ve changed the selection of tutorials available here to provide more help for those of us who want to use Windows 8 on a traditional desktop or laptop system with a keyboard and mouse (which is still most of us!).
Don’t forget our Windows 8 Superguide is now available. If you want to completely master Windows 8, click here!.
Tutorial 1 – A new Windows 8 PC
Tutorial 2 – Introduction to the Start Screen
Tutorial 3 – Multitasking with Tiles
Tutorial 4 – Searching in Windows 8
Tutorial 5 – Charm Bar Settings
Tutorial 6 – Charm Bar Sharing
Tutorial 7 – Multiple Tiles
Tutorial 8 – Store
Tutorial 9 – Skydrive
Tutorial 10 – Introduction to the Desktop
Tutorial 11 – Desktop Windows
Tutorial 12 – Tweaking Windows 8 for desktop/laptop PC’s
Tutorial 13 – Exploring File Explorer
Tutorial 14 – Advanced File Explorer techniques
Tutorial 15 – Working with Folders
Tutorial 16 – Multiple Files and Folders
Tutorial 17 – Libraries
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