Full coverage of the brand-new Windows operating system Maximize all the powerful, versatile features in Windows 8 with help from this hands-on guide. Find out how to navigate the touch interface, customize settings, organize and sync data in the cloud, and set up a network. Communicate via email, phone calls, and video conferencing, view and organize photos, play music, videos, and games, and read e-books. Maintenance and troubleshooting are also covered in this practical resource. Shows how to take full advantage of the all-new touch interface Explains how to sync all Windows 8 devices and their apps, content, files, and settings via the cloud Covers networking options, including Ethernet, ad-hoc, Bluetooth, and wireless, and how to connect Windows 8 PCs to a home entertainment center or game console Includes details on all the built-in apps as well as the wide-variety of apps and other content available in the Windows Store
About the Author
Mary Branscombe, a technology writer for more than 20 years, has written for the Financial Times, TechRadar, and ZDNet, where she co-writes a blog, 500 Words into the Future, with Simon Bisson. Simon Bisson is an IT journalist and technology strategy consultant. He has written for many publications, from the Financial Times to ZDNet. Eric Butow is the owner of Butow Communications Group (BCG) which offers online marketing ROI improvement services for businesses.
Series: How to Do Everything
Number Of Pages: 488
Published: 12th March 2013
Dimensions (cm): 23.2 x 18.8 x 2.4
Weight (kg): 0.818