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Win8 touch tips

These are the essentials for commanding a Windows 8 tablet or touchscreen PC. If you are not familiar with Windows 8 basics, see Win8 abc's, Win8 Start screen and Win8 Apps screen. See also Win8 mouse tips.

1 - Access Start Screen
Press Windows key (it is also available from the Charm bar).

2 - Access Charm Bar
From the right edge of the screen, swipe left.

3 - Access Apps Screen
In the Start screen, swipe up from the bottom edge, and select All Apps from the menu that appears.

4 - Pin App to Start Screen
In the Apps screen, swipe the icon straight down, and tap Pin to Start from the menu that appears.

5 - Uninstall an App
In the Apps screen, swipe the icon straight down, and tap Uninstall from the menu that appears.

6 - Switch Between Entire Apps
From the left edge of the screen, swipe right.

7 - Switch Between Apps Using Menu
From the left edge of the screen, swipe right about an inch and back again.

8 - Place an App in the Sidebar
Display menu (#7 above), drag the app to the right, and hold onto it as it enlarges. While not letting go, drag it to the left or right side of the screen, which opens a sidebar to drop into.

9 - Search for Apps, Files and Settings
Use the Charm bar (#2 above).

10 - Close an App
Drag the app from the top edge of the screen all the way down to the bottom.

11 - Turn Off Computer
Use the Charm bar (#2 above) and tap Settings and Power.


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