If you use SQL Server Management Studio often, you will have noticed that from the context menu that is displayed when right-clicking on a table, there are two options (among the others) namely Select Top 1000 Rows and Edit Top 200 Rows.
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Windows 8 has definitely changed the way I interact with the OS. I find myself using more keyboard shortcuts than in the past. There are the usual suspects such as WinKey+D to take you to your desktop, WinKey+L to lock your PC, Alt+Tab to switch between open apps and WinKey+, to
I love Windows 8. There, I said it. Right, now that that's over with, lets get to the nitty gritty of the shut down sequence. WinKey+C -> Settings -> Power -> Select Shut down. Doesn't that seem a bit drawn out?