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Again, you will find all the usual tools and settings here in the Control Panel, but the key difference in this slide is the ability to use roaming features associated with your Windows Live ID. As discussed earlier, it allows you to take your settings and what you are working on with you, wherever you are.
Windows 8 is all about sharing. Sharing applications makes Windows sociable, something that is clear with this next version of Windows. Applications can be shared as well as bookmarks and other things.
But don't worry. If you want to see the old Control Panel back, you can always find it again. Here you can see the 'Desktop view' which is just as you would expect, the desktop bit of Windows without any user tiles. You can still access your applications, but the key is that the Start menu is replaced by the Start screen of tiles.