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Where do I click, again? A guide to Windows 8

The main thing to know is that Windows 8 is designed especially for touch-screen computers, to make desktops and laptops work more like tablets. It is Microsoft’s way of addressing the popularity of tablets, namely the iPad. But Windows 8 will work with mouse and keyboard shortcuts, too. It’ll take some getting used to, though.

via Where do I click, again? A guide to Windows 8 – Business – Boston.com.

There is no need to rush out and upgrade all your dental office desktops to Windows 8. In fact that would probably be a big mistake. However if you looking to use a tablet for new patient registration or patient education you may want to look at a new Windows “Surface”  tablet in addition to i-Pad and Android.

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