1 lock screen
After startup the user will first see the lock screen interface of Windows 8. When the system starts When you resume or log in the lock screen will appear. If you are using a touch screen device you can log in to the system by swiping with your finger and entering the password. If it is not a touch screen device you can log in to the system after clicking with the mouse.
2. Metro main screen
When the user logs in to the Windows 8 system a new Metro startup screen will appear covered with tile-like programs. Of course if you don’t like an application you can also right-click to remove it and then rearrange the position of the application according to your preferences.
3 simplified start menu
Metro user interface has its own start menu which contains some simple options such as settings devices sharing and search.
4. Run any program
Hold down the Windows key or Win+F to open the search window and type the name of the program to open the specified application.
5. Task switching
Metro screen does not have a task bar so users can easily find those running applications. In this case users only need to press Alt+Tab to view A running application and holding down the Win+Tab key can switch from a running application to the next.
6. Close the application
The Metro application does not include a 'Close' button. In fact this is a deliberate design of Microsoft. When another application is run the current application will be Suspend when the resources are insufficient the system will automatically close the application.
Of course the user can also manually close the application hold down Ctrl+Alt+Esc to open the task manager right-click the redundant application and choose to terminate the task.
7. Shut down the system
If you want to shut down the system in the Metro interface just call up the settings dialog box click the power button and then shut down. Of course if you are on the desktop you can also hold down Alt+F4 and then select options such as shutdown restart switch user or logout.
8. Metro Internet Explorer
Click on the Metro pane of IE and a full-screen browser will appear. It is a touch-friendly browser. Of course mouse users also have some advantages: right-click Pin the website to the Metro screen such as opening a new browser tab or switching to an old tab.
Of course if you like the old-style IE interface just start the IE browser on the desktop or press and hold the Windows key and press 1.
9. Multi-screen display
Under normal circumstances the Metro application runs in full screen but if you are running a touch screen device you can also view two applications at the same time.
10. Query the weather
Under normal circumstances many bound Metro applications can be reconfigured by right-clicking. By default the weather application displays the weather in Anaheim California. If the user wants to view the local weather just right-click and select Add City and type in the name of the nearest city.
11. Spell check
Metro applications have spell check function similar to Office. Once an error occurs a wavy red underline will be displayed below the offending word right-click to see the suggested alternative words and users can also add these words to their own dictionary.
12. Run as an administrator.
Some applications can only be run under administrator rights. Just right-click the application click 'Advanced' and select 'Run as administrator' ; Option is fine.
13. Hibernation or Sleep
By default hibernation or sleep options will not appear in the Windows 8 shutdown dialog box but the user can resume them.
Start the power option program (powercfg.cpl) click on the 'Select Power Button Health Status' in the left pane if you see the link 'Change is currently unavailable' click on it and select \u0026ldquo ;Hibernation or Sleep\u0026rdquo; option click to save the settings and then the \u0026ldquo;Hibernation or Sleep\u0026rdquo; option will appear in the close dialog box.
14. Automatic login
Tired of manually logging in to Windows 8? Here is how to automatically log in to Windows 8: Hold down the Windows key press R type netplwiz and press Enter to launch the user account dialog. Clear the 'Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer' check box and click 'OK'.
15. Windows shortcut keys in Windows 8
Although the Windows Metro user interface is mainly designed for touch screens it supports most of the old Windows shortcut keys.
Win + C: display Charms such as settings devices sharing and search options;
Win + D: start the desktop;
Win + E: start the resource manager;
Win + F: open search;
Win + I: open settings;
Win + L: lock your computer;
Win + P: switch your display to a second display or projection Instrument;
Win + R: open the running box;
Win + U: open the easy access center;
Win + W: search your system settings;
Win + Z: when When opening a full-screen Metro application the right-click context menu is displayed;
Win +: zoom in;
Win \u0026mdash;: zoom out;
16 quickly launch the application
If you are used to Use a keyboard device and don’t want to scroll to find the application you need so don’t worry Windows 8 also supports a useful old shortcut.
Open the desktop start the media player right-click its taskbar icon and choose to pin this program to the taskbar. Close the media player drag its taskbar icon to the far left close to the taskbar button and then press and hold the Windows key again to switch to the Metro user interface.
Hold down the Windows key and press 1 and you will see the desktop appear and the media player starts. Of course the user can also hold down the Windows+2 or 3 keys to start the second (default is IE) or third icon (default is Task Manager).
17. View all installed applications
The start menu is no longer displayed in Windows 8 which means that users cannot easily see all non-Metro applications in the system. Unless the user presses the Windows+F key to view the search dialog you will see an alphabetical list of installed applications click to launch it.
18. Shutdown shortcut key
The fastest way to shut down is to start the desktop application through a suitable shortcut right-click on a blank part of the desktop and click New\u0026mdash;\u0026mdash;Shortcut.
Enter shutdown.exe -s -t 00 to shut down the computer;
Enter shutdown.exe -h -t 00 to sleep the computer;
Click Next enter a shortcut name
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1 lock screen