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Getting to Grips with Windows 8

Getting to Grips with Windows 8

Now that Windows 8 is here we will have to get to grips with it. Even if we havenít bought a new machine with it installed, all too often, friends and relatives assume we know it all -- even if we havenít even used it. Windows 8 for Dummies follows on in the wake of previous Windows books in the series and is suitable for both the beginner who is new to computers and the more experienced user who is also faced with something new.

The author, Andy Rathbone, points out that Windows 8 works best with touchscreens and that there is generally no need to migrate to Windows 8 and that most people stick with the Windows version that came installed on their computers. However, “if you manage to figure out Windows 8 once, you’ll know how to run it on all your Windows devices…” This book is not a manual; it is a problem solver that you turn to in time of need.