How Microsoft Wants Us To Use Windows 8
Windows 8 is a major upgrade compared to Windows 7 and the other older versions of Microsoft’s operating systems. First of all because of its new user interface.
In my opinion, the users who are so accustomed to Windows 7 and the Aero windows won’t bee to happy about the Metro user interface. I guess that most of them will choose Desktop Mode from Metro and only occasionally use the Start Screen with Metro style icons.
At least that’s what will happen with the early adopters of the OS. Windows 8 is almost ready to hit the market, as it already reached the RTM version, and is now on its way to the OEMs that will produced Windows 8-powered machines. In mid August we will be able to get our hands on the Windows 8 Enterprise, while starting with October 26th everyone can have it installed on their computers.
Right after you install Windows 8, you will be welcomed with a tutorial that teaches you how to use the new operating system, and where you will find all the features you need. The bar on the right hand plays an important role, where you will find the settings area and the famous Control Panel.
Below is the video Microsoft plans on using it to teach the world how to use Windows 8: