Windows 8 upgrade diary: multiple monitors make my mouse mad

Windows 8 upgrade diary: multiple monitors make my mouse mad

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New Tune into the chatter around Windows 8 and it won't be long before you start hearing about keyboard shortcuts. Instead of forcing us to replicate long swipe gestures using a mouse (which would be cruel to all concerned), Microsoft is putting forward these little key combos as the primary...
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