Here is a compact yet comprehensive list of how to learn about Windows 8 operating system for mobile smartphones and tablets, presented in order of importance and impact, all in one page with clickable flowcharts, wise tips, but without the sales hype and confusing generalities. There are many offerings, at various prices and level of detail using various formats (live, video, text, chats).
Related topics elsewhere on this same website (WilsonMar.com):
Several innovations were borrowed from Windows Phone 7.x as well as improvements over Windows 7:
Here is a narrated tour from power-up.
Here is the hierarchy of Groups, Sub-groups, and Detail pages related to Windows 8.
Group 0 :: Index
This app was created as I struggled through hundreds of articles on this topic.
I've saved actual information and am not repeating high-level marketing generalizations and obvious statements that have no real value.
Much information wrong, obsolete, or irrelevant. A lot of so-called pundits use imflamatory titles in articles to get more readers. But the "success" of Windows 8 for Microsoft is different than for those who work with it.
Whether 500 million PCs will upgrade to Windows 8 is a mute point for individual technologists because learning an operating system for one unit is about the same as for many more. To me, there is no question that enterprises will adopt Windows 8, if only to preserve their investment in Office documents.
Every sentence here was hand-crafted to be clear and susinct. No pasting from other sites.
Rather than a list of videos, here resources are listed within the context of specific topics.
Andy Wigley from Wales,
Building Windows 8 Blog by the Microsoft Windows engineering team
Windows 8 app developer blog by the Windows 8 engineering team for Insights on building Metro style apps for Windows 8
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