Appendix A. Using keyboard shortcuts and touch gestures

IN THIS APPENDIX, YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO

As long as there have been Windows operating systems, there have been keyboard shortcuts. You might know some already. You might even know that you can press the Windows key to return to the Start screen from anywhere in Windows 8.1, for instance, or that Windows key+C displays the default charms. There are many more shortcuts; you will likely be surprised at just how many there are and the extent to which you can use them.

In this appendix, you’ll first learn the keyboard shortcuts that work in Windows 8.1 and how to experiment with touch keyboard ...

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