Windows RTM version contains Metro tutorial – not that intuitive?
Global Business Development Director for Sogeti, Darren W Baker was able to get the RTM version of Windows 8 yesterday and posted about it on his blog. For some reason the version was distributed on the Microsoft Campus to employees and Darren was able to put the RTM version on an USB stick. He then went ahead installing it on his Samsung Slate. Once he went through the installation process he was welcomed by a Metro ‘commercial’ which explains how it works, or as Microsoft calls it, “a new way to use Windows.”
It starts by how you can swipe in from the right to show the charms bar, then it explains how the hot corners work that give you access to the same charms bar and the application switcher. More pictures can be found on Darren’s blog.
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