I use my Windows 7 PC for web and software development and photographic and creative design. So I have about 30 apps that I use frequently - I have software development apps like Eclipse and Visual Studio and Blend, and various debugging, profiling emulation and test tools. I also have the full Adobe Creative suite - with each tool - Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Acrobat, etc as its own icon. I also have a complete set of video and audio editing tools, and specialized tools for the equipment I use, e.g., for Nikon, Canon, etc. I also instances of different browsers or browser rev's to test compatibility for my web designs.
I organize them as icons on my screen clustered by purpose - sw development tools here, image-editing tools there, web-browsing, FTP and downloading tools over there, etc. But all of them together consume only a small part of my screen and I can access each item with 1 click.
How would I do this with Windows 8?
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