In this part . . .
Windows 8 can do hundreds of tasks in dozens of ways, which means that several thousand things can fail at any given time.
Some problems are easy to fix — if you know how to fix them, that is. For example, one misplaced click on the desktop makes all your icons suddenly vanish. Yet, one more click in the right place puts them all back.
Other problems are far more complex, requiring teams of computer surgeons to diagnose, remedy, and bill accordingly.
This part of the book helps you separate the big problems from the little ones. You’ll know whether you can fix a mistake yourself with a few clicks and a kick. You also discover how to solve one of the biggest computing problems of all: how to copy your old PC’s information to your new PC.