Saturday, November 3, 2012

Tips on Summoning Windows 8 Help & Troubleshooter

Windows 8 is the latest Gun from Microsoft. Microsoft has packed this gun with a lot of armaments that are new to the software world. Windows 8 is the latest platform in the Windows series. This version only comes x64 or 64-bit architecture. The size and the requirements of the OS have increased a lot compared to Windows 7. To say precisely, Windows 8 requires twice the minimum configuration required for Windows 7.
There are a lot of changes in Windows 8 compared to its predecessor. All the reviews made are based on Windows 8 Beta version for developers and testers. The changes can be seen from boot. The boot loader is different, but an upgraded version of Windows 7. The Desktop consists of a lot of changes, very simple ones. But Microsoft has retained a lot of characteristics from the Windows 7 Desktop. Start Menu is totally changed with more comfort ability for touch users. Windows now consist of a Ribbon pane on top which consists of a lot of shortcuts and utilities. With the elegant Tech Support provided by Microsoft, Windows 8 will be able to hit the top spots on the Market, maybe even break records in sales.
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The Error solving Troubleshooters and User guides with Help option is a lot advanced in the new Windows platform. Even they have only given a glimpse of some parts in Windows 8, Troubleshooter and Help option is supposed to have less changes in final version compared to the beta version. The troubleshooter and Help option has a lot of changes from the old version. With the help guide most of the changes are Minor except for contents. In case of Troubleshooter, the changes are major. They have upgraded the Troubleshooter to a very good extend and is capable of solving even major issues on its own. Opening Troubleshooter is very easy in Windows 8 and the process is very similar to Windows 7. To summon troubleshooter you just have to right click on action center icon in the system tray and click on Troubleshoot a Problem. You can open Windows 8 help from start menu or Control Panel or just by pressing F1 or Function key 1 button. Option for acquiring Tech Support via Internet is available with the Troubleshooter.
You can check it out in the Beta version or wait for the release option. Anyway Windows 8 is an awesome platform.

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