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Moving the mouse pointer from the top-right corner downwards will open a bar that contains all recently used apps. The one at the top is the most recent one I opened. Moving the mouse upwards will again open the bar that shows the recently used apps. As you can see, making your way through Windows 8 is not that hard but this is just the first part of a two series tutorial for absolute beginners.
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Sleep- This option puts your computer to rest but retains everything that you did in it before you decided to put it to sleep. Hibernate also saves more battery power. Restart- A very useful option that helps you reboot your system easily when needed. More to Learn in Part 2 As you can see, making your way through Windows 8 is not that hard but this is just the first part of a two series tutorial for absolute beginners.
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