Jamshid HashimiChief Software Architect at NETLINKSTwitter : @jamshidhashimiContact : jamshid@netlinks.af
AGENDA• Whats new in Windows 8?• Using Windows 8• Windows 8 Architecture From a Developer’s Pointof View• Getting to Know ...
Whats new in Windows 8?• Performance Increase!• The Lock Screen• The Start Screen• The Desktop• Full Screen Apps• The Wind...
Performance Increase!Windows 7 SP1 Windows 8
The Lock Screen
Start Screen
The Desktop
Full Screen Apps
The Windows Store
Sync Data to Cloud
Windows Explorer
New Task Manager
Other Features
Other Features
Other Features
Other Features
Windows 8 Architecture From aDeveloper’s Point of View
Windows 8 Architecture From aDeveloper’s Point of ViewDesktop Application Layers
Windows 8 Architecture From aDeveloper’s Point of ViewWindows 8 Style Application Layers
Windows 8 Architecture From aDeveloper’s Point of ViewBuilding Blocks of Windows Runtime
Windows 8 Architecture From aDeveloper’s Point of ViewCsharp CodeJavascript Code
DEMO
Questions?
Thank YOU!
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  • 1GB RAM machine (minimum OS RAM requirement) when they’ve been rebooted multiple times, and then idled for a while.
  • Win+X – Super Menu(Desktop); + underlined (V)Win+E - ExplorerWin+R – RunWin+D - Desktop (I use this constantly if I get trapped outside the Desktop world)Win+Plus or Win+Minus (no shift) - Magnifier/Zoom In and OutWin+F - Find FilesWin+Print Screen – Put a PNG in the Pictures folderAlt-Tab - Switch between AppsWin-Tab - Switch between Full Screen AppsWin + numbers: Taskbar AppsWin+W - Search Control Panel and Settings stuffWin+F - Search FilesEsc - Yes, escape. No joke. If you hit the Windows Key, you can hit Escape to go back.Win+C - Charms (right side menu) then arrows to move and enter to launch.Win+K - DevicesWin+I - Settings in any app plus brightness, network and other useful system featuresWin+Arrows - Snap desktop apps to the sidesWin+PageUp or Win+PageDn - Move full screen apps to other monitors. Super useful for News apps and Readers. The Start Screen can be moved as well.
  • Win+X – Super Menu(Desktop); + underlined (V)Win+E - ExplorerWin+R – RunWin+D - Desktop (I use this constantly if I get trapped outside the Desktop world)Win+Plus or Win+Minus (no shift) - Magnifier/Zoom In and OutWin+F - Find FilesWin+Print Screen – Put a PNG in the Pictures folderAlt-Tab - Switch between AppsWin-Tab - Switch between Full Screen AppsWin + numbers: Taskbar AppsWin+W - Search Control Panel and Settings stuffWin+F - Search FilesEsc - Yes, escape. No joke. If you hit the Windows Key, you can hit Escape to go back.Win+C - Charms (right side menu) then arrows to move and enter to launch.Win+K - DevicesWin+I - Settings in any app plus brightness, network and other useful system featuresWin+Arrows - Snap desktop apps to the sidesWin+PageUp or Win+PageDn - Move full screen apps to other monitors. Super useful for News apps and Readers. The Start Screen can be moved as well.
  • Win+X – Super Menu(Desktop); + underlined (V)Win+E - ExplorerWin+R – RunWin+D - Desktop (I use this constantly if I get trapped outside the Desktop world)Win+Plus or Win+Minus (no shift) - Magnifier/Zoom In and OutWin+F - Find FilesWin+Print Screen – Put a PNG in the Pictures folderAlt-Tab - Switch between AppsWin-Tab - Switch between Full Screen AppsWin + numbers: Taskbar AppsWin+W - Search Control Panel and Settings stuffWin+F - Search FilesEsc - Yes, escape. No joke. If you hit the Windows Key, you can hit Escape to go back.Win+C - Charms (right side menu) then arrows to move and enter to launch.Win+K - DevicesWin+I - Settings in any app plus brightness, network and other useful system featuresWin+Arrows - Snap desktop apps to the sidesWin+PageUp or Win+PageDn - Move full screen apps to other monitors. Super useful for News apps and Readers. The Start Screen can be moved as well.
  • Win+X – Super Menu(Desktop); + underlined (V)Win+E - ExplorerWin+R – RunWin+D - Desktop (I use this constantly if I get trapped outside the Desktop world)Win+Plus or Win+Minus (no shift) - Magnifier/Zoom In and OutWin+F - Find FilesWin+Print Screen – Put a PNG in the Pictures folderAlt-Tab - Switch between AppsWin-Tab - Switch between Full Screen AppsWin + numbers: Taskbar AppsWin+W - Search Control Panel and Settings stuffWin+F - Search FilesEsc - Yes, escape. No joke. If you hit the Windows Key, you can hit Escape to go back.Win+C - Charms (right side menu) then arrows to move and enter to launch.Win+K - DevicesWin+I - Settings in any app plus brightness, network and other useful system featuresWin+Arrows - Snap desktop apps to the sidesWin+PageUp or Win+PageDn - Move full screen apps to other monitors. Super useful for News apps and Readers. The Start Screen can be moved as well.
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  • What's new in Windows 8 and Introduction to Application Development in Windows 8

    1. 1. Jamshid HashimiChief Software Architect at NETLINKSTwitter : @jamshidhashimiContact : jamshid@netlinks.af
    2. 2. AGENDA• Whats new in Windows 8?• Using Windows 8• Windows 8 Architecture From a Developer’s Pointof View• Getting to Know Your Development Environment• Demo
    3. 3. Whats new in Windows 8?• Performance Increase!• The Lock Screen• The Start Screen• The Desktop• Full Screen Apps• The Windows Store• Sync Data to Cloud• Windows Explorer• New Task Manager• Other Features
    4. 4. Performance Increase!Windows 7 SP1 Windows 8
    5. 5. The Lock Screen
    6. 6. Start Screen
    7. 7. The Desktop
    8. 8. Full Screen Apps
    9. 9. The Windows Store
    10. 10. Sync Data to Cloud
    11. 11. Windows Explorer
    12. 12. New Task Manager
    13. 13. Other Features
    14. 14. Other Features
    15. 15. Other Features
    16. 16. Other Features
    17. 17. Windows 8 Architecture From aDeveloper’s Point of View
    18. 18. Windows 8 Architecture From aDeveloper’s Point of ViewDesktop Application Layers
    19. 19. Windows 8 Architecture From aDeveloper’s Point of ViewWindows 8 Style Application Layers
    20. 20. Windows 8 Architecture From aDeveloper’s Point of ViewBuilding Blocks of Windows Runtime
    21. 21. Windows 8 Architecture From aDeveloper’s Point of ViewCsharp CodeJavascript Code
    22. 22. DEMO
    23. 23. Questions?
    24. 24. Thank YOU!

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