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As you know, last Thursday we celebrated the global launch of Windows 8 with events all around the world and on Friday it became available for people to purchase as an upgrade or on new devices. For this week’s Tech Tuesday Live Twitter Chat we are going to talk about the events around the world and in your own backyard as well as talk about the great experiences you can have with Windows 8. Also, if you missed it, amazing videos and programs were happening around the world. We will share images and pictures to give you a taste!
For a sneak peak, watch this:
Plus, we will be giving away an ASUS VivoTab RT to one lucky participant.
Note, this is not a support forum. For all support questions please contact @WindowsSupport..
To participate in the Tech Tuesday Live Twitter Chat:
Note we will only be talking about the outlined topic each week and we will not be answering questions outside those topics. Questions for this week may include: Where can I purchase a Windows 8 PC? Where can I purchase Windows 8? What happened around the world last week?>
I don't care about the start menu, but I do care about the forced "touch screen" stuff in the non-touch PCs. I don't want to drag an app to the bottom of the screen, I want to hit an x in a circle that closes it. I like the innovative ideas, but making people drag windows with the mouse like they would their finger is a bit much.
You can press Alt + F4 on the keyboard to close apps.