Download Windows 8 & Windows RT End User Training Brochure

Microsoft has released a brochure titled Meet the new Windows. It is an excellent training brochure and guide which every new Windows 8 end user must read.

Windows 8 End User Training Brochure & Guide

Meet the new Windows 8 Download Windows 8 & Windows RT End User Training Brochure

This Windows 8 End User Training Brochure, is something which Microsoft should have released along with the release of Windows 8 – but as they say, better late than never!

Whether you’re collaborating on a large project, preparing for an upcoming conference, or traveling for work, you can use touch, mouse, and keyboard together–seamlessly–to do what you want, with Windows 8.

Not too wordy, the brochure consists of around 36 pages, with every page illustrating a feature or a how-too, with a short description, which is very easy to understand. It actually holds your hands and takes you through most of the new features in Windows 8, that will help you get started with the new operating system. It will show you how to get around, navigate, manage apps, and personalize in Windows 8.

Windows 8 End User Training Brochure Download Windows 8 & Windows RT End User Training Brochure

Go get this must-have brochure from Microsoft. It will definitely help you learn how to use Windows 8.

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Anand Khanse aka HappyAndyK is an end-user Windows enthusiast, a Microsoft MVP in Windows, since 2006, and the Admin of Please create a System Restore Point before trying out any software & be careful about any third-party offers while installing freeware. Add me on Google+.
  • G. E. Afari

    Why do you want to deceive people for your gains? You are using windows platform to coerce or force clients/users of Microsoft to sell your product. This deceit way gaining from clients/users of Microsoft products is unbecoming. You posed your product as a free scan download only to ask for purchase of your product. Now, for the time and modem cost for browsing, are you going to pay me? Don’t tell me that you did not ask me to log into that website. I needed to learn more about Windows 8. You offered that. Thank you and stay off my computer, when I am browsing. Thank you again.

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