Like it or not, Windows 8 is here to stay. If you’ve recently upgraded and struggling with the new interface, you may want to take a look at the Windows 8 End User Training Brochure.
This 36 page ‘manual’ gives you a quick overview on Windows 8’s interface and features. If covers everything from the Start screen to picture passwords and even covers new features such as the File Explorer. Even better at the end of the document, there is a reference guide for people using a mouse.
If after reading the guide from Microsoft and you are still struggling with Windows 8, check out Classic Shell. This useful program allows you to enable the start menu that you’ve been used to in previous versions of Windows.Share this post: