To understand how network devices behave on Windows RT a basic understanding of the power states is necessary. Power states are broken into two categories System Power states and Device Power states. System power states define several behavioral states based on various scenarios. System Power States( http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/aa373229(v=vs.85).aspx ) S0 – Active S3 -…
One of the common complaints have seen for High DPI displays is the behavior of the applications with with high DPI enabled. These settings make the application/system ignore the High DPI settings on a per application basis. On the taskbar, bring up the jump list (right click on the icon) and right click on the…
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Control Music Playback Use the hardware volume key while the music app is playing in the background.
Use the settings charm to open the settings panel (six-pack), select Screen and click the rotating screen.
Don’t want to sync certain settings across machines? Bring up the Settings Charm, Change PC Settings and select Sync your settings
When in the store app, search for “*” and order by newest.
Swipe from the top, and select Your Apps, the default sort is by apps that aren’t installed
On the Start screen, swipe up and select “All Apps”