When you look long enough at the Start Screen, you’ll notice that there is no Start button. You won’t need this button anymore. Windows 8 is primarily intended for devices sporting a touchscreen, but it works seamlessly with the traditional keyboard and mouse too. The Charms Menu makes its debut with a set of five different functions—search, Share, Start, Devices and Settings. Taking your mouse pointer to the top right-hand corner/ bottom right corner will bring on Charms Menu or else you can use the WINKEY+C keyboard shortcut. START: The remains of the old start button is now embedded in Charms. Clicking on this will take you back to the Start Screen. DEVICES: A sweet spot that shows all the external devices like flash drives, external hard-disk drives, printers, scanners, etc and their status. SETTINGS: Move the cursor over this to see network status and time. Click this charm (WINKEY+I ) to see details like network options, power options, notifications, display brightness details, loudspeaker settings and Language Options. SEARCH: The search—activated either from Charms menu or by using WINKEY+Q— clubs the results search into various categories like Apps and Settings. SHARE: If you are reading an article or using a new app, clicking on the share button will enable you to share it with friends. Not very useful until there are more people using new OS.