Well after struggling with Windows 8, like where is that darn start button, and then figuring out that a quick flip and a click in the left corner got me to a much better start menu.  As to the issues with the “Enterprise” customer, I think that as a Enterprise user, I like the interface, granted I work for Microsoft, but I do.  Enjoyed Windows 7, but I don’t miss it.

I am able to get to Visual studio much faster.  And the sematic motion is done with ctrl+- (that’s control key and the minus key), quickly set up a group of Office 2013.  Fast, really, fast.

 

Setting up network was simple and easy.  Win key is the flag key

Charms Win+C: All charms
Win+Q: Search charm
Win+H: Share charm
Win: Start charm
Win+K: Devices charm
Win+I: Settings charm
Search Win+Q: Search apps
Win+W: Search settings
Win+F: Search files
Metro Apps Win+Z: Get to app options
Win+.: Snap app to the left
Win+Shift+.: Snap app to the right
Alt+F4: Close an app
Desktop Win+D: Open Desktop
Win+,: Peek at desktop
Win+B: Back to desktop
Other Win+X: Open system utility settings menu
Win+PrntScrn: Take screenshot and save to Pictures, if you have more then one screen open then all are printed
Win+Tab: Open switch list
Win+T: Preview open windows in taskbar
Win+U: Open Ease of Access Center
Win+Spacebar: Switch language and keyboard
Win+Enter: Open Windows Narrator

Here is what my start screen looks like, note that I have my Office 2013 on the left side.  I am left handed so it makes sense to me.

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You organize your tiles by selecting them in a sematic snap and typing the group name in the app  bar that appears. Remember that on the keyboard is the control key and the minus key next to the zero.

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That’s it.