Microsoftas new operating system may look like a radical departure from Windows 7, but it works, it makes sense, and itas the future. Numerous small improvements to the desktop user interface make many computing tasks easier to perform. In this book, we help you decide whether to upgrade to Windows 8, the best way to go about doing so, and the biggest changes between this version and previous versions of the operating system.Task Manager T a El :1 File Upti-ons View PEIa#39;fPa#39;ma#39;lanCE history Slartup a#39; User: Detailsaquot; aServicesin | CPU :. ... Memory a#39; a#39; Illfiia#39;lfl GBGUa#39;E} Disk D (C) 5% W Disk 1 v 0% a#39; wise-tuna: fl BIUElIDDTh a Utilization Speed Maximum speed: 0.90 EH: Not cona#39;ectecl l . ... s. i; RCIU Khps 4a#39;1 53109 (5) Fewer details Est) Open Resource Monitor After a clean installation on an Asus Eee PC, Windows 8 would launchanbsp;...
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