Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Customizing User Navigation
Customizing user navigation is the next stop on the Windows 8 customizing
road trip. In the previous chapter, with the help of some cool tweaks, you were
able to change and improve the logon experience. This chapter picks up where
Chapter 5 left off and shows you how to customize and improve the visual
navigation elements of Windows 8.
This chapter starts with customizing the look and the content of the cool new
Start screen, formally the Start menu. The improved Start screen in Windows 8
has many useful features, and I show how you can use them best. Then, I show
you how you can customize almost everything you see on the Start screen. If
you don’t like the new Start screen, I show you how to get the old classic Start
You also learn how to customize the taskbar on the bottom of your screen.
The taskbar is an essential part of navigating your computer. I show you how
to customize and improve its features and give you some new ideas about how
you can use it to dramatically improve your experiences with Windows 8.