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10 *MORE* Things you Probably Didn’t know about Windows 8

| Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Back in April 2012, I shared a list of “10 Things you probably didn’t know about Windows 8.” I had a lot of great feedback through Twitter and Facebook, so I decided to share 10 *MORE* things you probably didn’t know about Windows 8. So, in no particular order here we go again.

Grabbing the Bits First

Let’s get started:

1) If you’re not a fan of the lock screen or just want to quickly get past it and get to work, then you can hit keys on your keyboard such as the space bar or enter key to get to the sign on screen. This is a lot easier in my opinion, then swiping up with the mouse, if you are not on a touch-enabled pc. If you want to disable it altogether then just follow this guide.

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2) If you move your mouse to the lower left-hand corner of your screen (in Metro or Desktop mode), then you will be presented with an icon of either Metro or Desktop screen (depending on what you are in). If you move  your mouse upwards, then you can get a quick glimpse of all the applications currently running as shown below. This is an easy way to switch between applications.

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