Quote Originally Posted by Brooklyn567 View Post
Windows 8 tips and information app, and similar help apps..

Though I didnt belive at first that I had any use for this app, I did find a few helpful items which has now made it worth looking at.

I hear the work intuitive alot in windows 8, but its really not, once you learn the system then it starts making sense or is that just the product of learning??

Check out the tips and info app, theres allot of basic common sense stuff, but some thing are not and are very helpful..
LOL! "Product of learning"?! You're making too much sense here, Brooklyn567.

#1. Reading through the thread you'll find a lot of them don't use the Help files, which I find very surprising. I assume it's a trial-and-error type of learning they use or they use a search engine hoping they get the correct answer as a few have mentioned. Either way, personally I think it to be a waste of time. I have 6 to 7 hours of sleep and 17 to 18 hours to a day to get a lot accomplished each day. Maybe some have longer days?

#2. They dislike Modern Store apps and/or the Modern UI side of the OS, so odds have it that they won't use a Store app for learning. All they want is their "intuitive" (meaning "I don't want to think or learn too much differently because this is the way we've done it for years") Win32 desktop where they feel safe and cozy.

#3. For the most part they think MS shouldn't be in the Modern app business selling through their MS Store. The Start Screen is supposedly their "billboard" for that. Everyone else and their mother can be in that business, but how dare MS try and make some money at that! Let Apple, Google, and the others reap all that money.

I could go on, but I won't. I'm sure you get my gist.

BTW, welcome to Windows EightForums, Brooklyn567. It's good to have you aboard. Thanks for mentioning the Store learning app. As you probably know, there are many more. Simply type "learn" into the Store search.