In previous versions of Windows, it was always possible to troubleshoot problems by booting into Safe Mode by hammering on the F8 button on start-up - with Windows 8 CP, this process has become slightly more complicated. On first glance
Other than in other versions of Windows where you took screenshots by pressing the PrtSc key and then pasting them to Paint or another graphical editor, it is now possible to take screenshots directly on in Windows 8 Consumer Preview.
Since you now won't get around to use the Metro Start-screen on the recently released Windows 8 Consumer preview, it might be good to know how to add some functionality to it. To add the usual Windows tools or Apps
Windows 8 does no longer provide you with an obvious button to shut your machine down, put it to sleep or restart it. You now have the optoins to either shut down with the Ctrl + Alt + Del screen
Along with all the other changes that Windows 8 introduces to the operating systems' family, the ones made to the Task Manager will likely be welcomed by most users. Along with a revamped interface it brings along an enhanced pool
Trying to run Microsoft's Development Version of Windows 8 you might run into some problems - the two major ones being these two: What Windows Version shall I choose in the construction of the machine? The solution here is to