If you find the Windows 8 environment so alien you can't even enjoy the platform's improvements, take heart. With five easy tweaks, you can turn it into a more comfortable Windows 7 style desktop.
Is this you?
You know your way around the Windows 7 desktop. You're thoroughly comfortable with the Windows 7 user interface. More important, the employees you train and support are accustomed to working with Windows 7 desktop programs.
And now you're looking at an office full of new Windows 8 PCs, whose initial user experience has wiped out those familiar navigational touchstones and unceremoniously dumped you (and your employees) into a strange new world:
You're so frustrated you don't even know where to start.
If that's you, you're a desktop diehard.
I feel your pain, and I can help.
My goal is to help ...