Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Running applications side by side, part of Learning Windows 8.
There's a pretty good chance that you'll find yourself with quite a few …applications running in Windows at any given time. …And it's very easy, obviously, to launch multiple applications and even to switch …between those applications, but sometimes you might want to work with two …applications at once, essentially at the same time. …Let's take a look at an example of how we can share the screen with multiple …applications in the start screen interface, in the Metro interface, as …it's generally referred to. I'll start off by launching the Wikipedia …application, and let's assume that I'm researching a location that I'd like to visit.…
Perhaps I want to make a trip through Croatia for example, and so I'll use the …Wikipedia app to search for some information about Croatia. …I'll go ahead and type a search here, and that will take me to an article all about Croatia. …And I can scroll through and read information about Croatia, maybe get an …idea of which portion of the country I might like to visit. …
- Changing your environment and customizing live tiles
- Using gestures
- Creating and using a picture password
- Using Windows applications
- Working with media
- Accessing and personalizing the desktop
- Working with the File Explorer
- Changing Windows settings
- Backing up your files
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started with Windows 8
2. Using Windows Applications
3. Working with Media
4. Working with the Desktop
5. Managing Your Computer System
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