Windows 8 Tips Series has been a regular post on this blog for the past couple of months. I think it is time to close the series and provide a content roll-up of all the posts. With Windows 8.1 around the corner, I will probably cover that from now on.
I do have to say that Windows 8 is definitely a paradigm shift for many. Over the past couple of months I have heard some people commenting that they just can’t get used to it.
I am interested to see if the Windows 8.1 update will change that perception amongst the users. I personally feel that Windows 8 is a stellar Operating System and that it can only go from strength to strength with Microsoft driving it. Nevertheless, here is the complete Windows 8 Tips Series for your reading pleasure. As usual, comments are always welcome.
Windows 8 Tips Series Complete
Windows 8 Tips Part 1 – Mount ISO’s
Windows 8 Tips Part 2 – Shut down with one click
Windows 8 Tips Part 3 – Reduce your clicks
Windows 8 Tips Part 4 – Bring back Hibernate
Windows 8 Tips Part 5 – Turn on File History
Windows 8 Tips Part 6 – Secure your Data with Bitlocker
Windows 8 Tips Part 7 – Organize and Group Apps on the Start Screen
Windows 8 Tips Part 8 – On the Move with Windows to Go
Windows 8 Tips Part 9 – A more Secure System with Trusted Boot
Windows 8 Tips Part 10 – Launch File Explorer with Drive List
Windows 8 Tips Part 11 – Upgraded to Windows 8? Free up loads of disk space
Windows 8 Tips Part 12 – Start Windows 8 in Desktop
Windows 8 Tips Part 13 – Four Ways To Close Windows 8 Apps
Windows 8 Tips Part 14 – Creating Recovery Media
Windows 8 Tips Part 15 – Take Back Control Of Your Settings
Windows 8 Tips Part 16 – Change Startup Programs… But Where Is Startup?
Windows 8 Tips Part 17 – Enable Merge Folder Dialogue
Windows 8 Tips Part 18 – Customize Task Manager
Windows 8 Tips Part 19 – Bring back Boot Into Safe Mode With F8
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Dirk is a Software Developer and Microsoft MVP from South Africa. He loves all things Technology and is slightly addicted to Twitter and Jimi Hendrix. Apart from writing code, he also enjoys writing human readable articles. "I love sharing knowledge and connecting with people from around the world. It's the diversity that makes life so beautiful." Dirk feels very strongly that pizza is simply not complete without Tabasco, that you can never have too much garlic, and that cooking the perfect steak is an art he has yet to master.