Windows 8 on the desktop is a steep learning curve for some but those who master it won’t find it hard to enter the tablet environment. Microsoft launched Windows 8 OS on Friday and something between tablet and a laptop called Surface also went on sale for $559. You will find an in depth review of it in Microsoft Dives Deep to Surface a Hit.
“Get Your Google Back” is aimed to help new Windows 8 users install two new products for Windows 8: a Google Search app and Google Chrome, both designed for the Windows 8 “Modern UI” (previously known as Metro).
It will take you two steps and 58 seconds to get your Google back.
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