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Write Win 8 Tutorial, Win a Tom’s Goodie Bag

Here at Tom's Hardware, much of our strength comes from experts like you.  With a community of millions, there's no better resource out there for tech support, because chances are, one of our users has had the same problem and knows how to fix it.  With more and more folks taking the plunge and upgrading to Windows 8, we thought it would be nice (and well-timed) to promote a little community contest in the Windows 8 section of the forum.
 
From now until March 8th, post a new Tutorial or How-To in Windows 8 on our forum, and if yours is one of the Top 5 most popularly read posts with “How-To:” in the title by that date, you win a Tom's Goodie Bag!  What's in Tom's Goodie Bag, you ask?
 
- Tom's Hardware Hammer (with hidden surprise uses!)
- Tom's Guide Flashlight
- Computing.net 8gb USB Flash Drive
- Tom's Games Light-Up Yo-Yo
- Bestofmedia Squishy Stress Ball
 
Your How-To can be about anything relating to Windows 8 that you think your fellow Tom's users might find useful.  Boot problems, customization, installation, icon placement, you name it - so long as it's accurate and helpful.  To make sure your submission counts, be sure to include "How-To:” in the title of your post.  The Top 5 Winners will be contacted via private message by yours truly for details on where we can ship your pile of awesome off to.
 
Good luck, and see you on the forums!
 
Yours,
Joe Pishgar
Community Manager, Tom’s Hardware

  • olaf
    Delete it and install Windows 7. End of tutorial.
    Reply
  • DjEaZy
    olafDelete it and install Windows 7. End of tutorial.... and burn the copy of Windows 8...
    Reply
  • drenyx
    eh, they beat me to it.
    Reply
  • pbrigido
    Step 1. Turn on Windows 8 computer
    Step 2. Install Classic Shell
    Step 3. Try to enjoy
    Reply
  • Immoral Medic
    hydac7Yeaa ! yes yes burn it I tried it (on desktop) , hated every second of it - back to win 7
    Don't forget to dance around the fire....naked...
    Reply
  • nukemaster
    Why not, I like the idea of a Toms Hardware Goodie Bag! :)

    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/4120-73-quick-guide-win8-corners

    The current how to guides listed

    How-To: get a start menu and quick launch in Windows 8 & other tricks by blazorthon
    How-To: Insert hidden Windows 8 emoticons and symbols by glitch00
    How-to: Make custom Windows 8 Metro tiles for your websites by blibbi
    How-To: Get rid of Modern UI and much more by Soda-88
    How-To: Stream Video and Audio Files to your XBOX360 by dallaswilm
    How-To perform an upgrade-install of Windows 8 by sojrner
    How-To: Change lock screen, UAC settings, file/folder permission, etc. by mouse24
    Reply
  • dimar
    pbrigidoStep 1. Turn on Windows 8 computerStep 2. Install Classic ShellStep 3. Try to enjoy
    4. Open Classic Shell settings
    5. Select Windows 8 Setting
    6. Select "all" for Disable active corners
    Reply
  • stingstang
    First comment was exactly what I would have said. It is def. the people's choice for best tutorial.
    Reply
  • CaedenV
    ... I want one of those hammers... hmmmm....
    Reply
  • diddo
    Same as comment 1 and 2, plus yelling loud "go home Ballmer, you are drunk!"
    Reply