Microsoft has just published what it calls a Windows 8 end user training brochure, which is a document supposed to assist adopters of its new operating system as they explore its features.
Delivered as a PDF file, the brochure can be easily opened with the built-in Windows 8 tool or with any other PDF reader, such as the famous Adobe Reader.
Of course, it details most new features implemented in Windows 8, including the Start Screen, Charms, the Metro UI, and some other design elements that made so many people describe the operating system as confusing.
“No matter what you want to do, you can get it done quickly in Windows 8. Whether you’re collaborating on a large project, preparing for an upcoming conference, or traveling for work, you can use touch, mouse, and keyboard together–seamlessly–to do what you want, the way you want. This brochure will show you how to get around, navigate, manage apps, and personalize in Windows 8,” Microsoft explains.