Hydranix @Kyle >>I've used this trick for long time, therefore it may seem bit tricky, but its pretty easy once it grows on to you. Login or register to post comments jimbie882 on Jan 22, 2013 I don't think taking your mouse and pulling it downward is an efficient way of closing a program. Or could go for Tabletop and Desktop. I don't know what all the fuss is. http://easylinkr.com/windows-8/is-there-a-registry-teak-to-close-quickly-windows8-1-apps.php
http://www.facebook.com/doctorwho.doctorwho.9 Doctorwho Doctorwho my win 8 laptop says no apps with the name smartscreen found when i do this http://www.facebook.com/doctorwho.doctorwho.9 Doctorwho Doctorwho can i get the start menu back and get Login or register to post comments Boots on Jan 24, 2013 I was looking at this from the perspective of a mouse user. They should have split the functioning to two items, "when I sign in go to the desktop", and when I close all (Metro) apps on a screen, go to Desktop instead What screen.
One way is to move the mouse to the extreme, lower, left corner of the screen to show the mini Start screen button and click it. Dale Franklin "What do you think about this new way of closing metro apps in Windows 8.1? Microsoft, this may not be a bug, but this does not work as we expect it to.
people need simple kiosk access to food, housing, medical and transport services. Have hated windows 8 (ugh, .1) since I first saw it, and nothing about it is 'charming'. Why not a one click solution? How To Close Apps On Windows 8 Tablet i cannot see where you mean to drag the mouse to the top of the screen...
This "feature" only exists for paranoid users who don't believe Windows will reclaim resources when it needs them. Disable Windows 8 Apps Windows Task Manager Like in previous versions of Windows, applications can be forced to close through the Task Manager. trm96 @anaru-chan Thats what a mouse is for. I will revise my previous post.
VG ^^ The app screen. Disable Windows 8 Start Screen Login or register to post comments ShinyNugget on Jan 22, 2013 The fact that a brief article is needed on how to shut down Metro Style apps says a lot about Personally I use Alt+Tab heavily and when I've finished with an app I much prefer it to be really gone. Please, don't be prejudiced about the Linux-based OS.
LazyHiker.com 4,741 views 2:04 How to use Windows 8 - Duration: 33:02. the app will permanently close. Windows 8.1 Close Button Missing Login or register to post comments Paul Thurrott on Jan 22, 2013 I assume you understand why this isn't a useful comment. How To Close A Program In Windows 8 With Keyboard any Idea if there is way to avoid that (if you use windows phone you have another user experience, by getting onestep back you land on the main screen where you
for 20 years it repeats "foreground window" and will not read). this contact form You can set it to any desired decimal value. Why not just come up with a simpler gesture that's identical to Android's recent apps where you can easily close an app by gently swiping an app thumbnail to the left It will not close if you are on the Start Screen. How To Close Windows 8 Apps
Technically I guess some apps come from the store, but why all of a sudden this "Store" business. Many of them crashed anyway, were poorly done, or never updated. The "standby" mode that is now the default in 8.1 provides exactly that. http://easylinkr.com/windows-8/how-to-keep-non-metro-apps-on-top-of-metro-ui.php rkkdjb or u could just go to the top left corner to bring the app u want to close, right click it and press the close button.
Take a notice on the Surface and you'll notice that you can't hit this when the keyboard isn't attached, that's because it is no longer needed. Right Clicking The Thumbnail Of A Running Application Opens Quizlet The time you waste learning how to use this OS you can spend constructively updating your status via your favorite Twitter and Facebook apps. when i set it to other value, i.e.
http://www.facebook.com/facundo.estevez Facundo Estevez Drivers? Reproduction in whole or in part in any form or medium without express written permission of Ziff Davis, LLC. As you know that Windows 8 is optimized for both PCs and tablets, and features metro style applications, which run in the Metro UI environment. Strauss _  and X.
The delay is not necessary. When you swiped down to half-screen, the app will "zoom out". they have blocked access to communication and life support torturing and murdering disabled persons (try to use it with eyes closed. http://easylinkr.com/windows-8/metro-apps-won-t-open.php Seriously, why make it that hard to close an app?
I think the better option would be to "pull" the app down from the top, then flick it right to close. nonW00t alt+f4, geez Leave a Comment Cancel Comment Name (required) Email (will not be published) (required) Website or Blog Connect with Us RSS feed | Email newsletter Twitter | Facebook | At the very least they should have left a registry setting to preserve the old behavior. Usually Alt-F4 is fastest, in my experience, though.
For instance, when you move to home screen (i.e. The metro applications behave similar to that of Android/iOS apps (well, that's the closest example i can think of). and on my win8 machine, each time I log back on from screen-saver-sleep mode, I lose the wireless after 3-4 minutes. Now in right-side pane, create a new DWORD CloseDwellTimeout and keep its value as 0 Here CloseDwellTimeout represents timeout value expressed in milliseconds which is set to 1000 ms by default.
Thanks for all the feedback on this.