I’ve always been attracted to technical books that offer to get rid of annoyances or reveal secrets (or both). These are the kinds of books that begin with the notion that the reader’s got things pretty well in hand already, but is eager to find some (as one of my friends jokingly puts it) "sooper sekrit" information to make everything work even better.
Thus, I was happy to get the chance to review Windows 8 Secrets, because with a title like that I thought it’d definitely be my kind of book. Did it meet my expectations? Let’s take a look.