Comments on: ASUS Tutor: An Example of What Microsoft Should Have Included with Windows 8 http://techgage.com/news/asus-tutor-an-example-of-what-microsoft-should-have-included-with-windows-8/ PC enthusiasts one-stop resource for high-quality reviews, articles and current technology news. Wed, 29 Jul 2015 23:09:00 +0000 hourly 1 By: Rob Williams http://techgage.com/news/asus-tutor-an-example-of-what-microsoft-should-have-included-with-windows-8/#comment-1120 Wed, 20 Mar 2013 12:48:00 +0000 http://techgage.com/?post_type=news&p=18460#comment-1120 Cheers, fixed.

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By: daro http://techgage.com/news/asus-tutor-an-example-of-what-microsoft-should-have-included-with-windows-8/#comment-1119 Wed, 20 Mar 2013 12:42:00 +0000 http://techgage.com/?post_type=news&p=18460#comment-1119 The shortcut for All Apps isn’t CTRL + Q but Win + Q

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By: Marfig http://techgage.com/news/asus-tutor-an-example-of-what-microsoft-should-have-included-with-windows-8/#comment-827 Wed, 13 Feb 2013 01:25:00 +0000 http://techgage.com/?post_type=news&p=18460#comment-827 ASUS isn’t probably doing this just out of the goodness of their hearts too. They need to sell those Windows 8 computers which… apparently aren’t selling well. And since their contractual obligations stop them from installing Windows 7, they need to do what Microsoft didn’t.

It’s sad indeed (and revealing of Microsoft complete lack of direction) that it has to be a hardware manufacturer the one releasing a tool that teaches how to use the operating system. I’m pretty sure ASUS isn’t happy about it either.

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By: Rob Williams http://techgage.com/news/asus-tutor-an-example-of-what-microsoft-should-have-included-with-windows-8/#comment-822 Tue, 12 Feb 2013 01:35:00 +0000 http://techgage.com/?post_type=news&p=18460#comment-822 I’m sure employees had proper Windows 8 training, given they’d be pre-installing it on the company’s fleet of products.

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By: Jamie Fletcher http://techgage.com/news/asus-tutor-an-example-of-what-microsoft-should-have-included-with-windows-8/#comment-821 Tue, 12 Feb 2013 01:09:00 +0000 http://techgage.com/?post_type=news&p=18460#comment-821 Seems to be a common thing with new Windows and even software releases. All new features are buried and it’s up to the user to figure them out. Typical lack of documentation that occurs with nearly all development studios. I guess companies want people to go on $1000 training courses to be told these kinds of tips. ASUS shouldn’t have needed to produce the tutor, but we can be grateful it did. Though it does make me wonder, where did these companies find out about the shortcuts and gestures in the first place?

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