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Tip #1:
Enable the classic keyboard layout.
Swipe in from the right for your charms, tap
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Tried this on my Surface Pro, and this is what happens if you choose 13.1 (ignore the image compression). Five rows! Will aim for four.

[IMG]http://i43.tinypic.com/30wmomb.jpg[/IMG]
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It's even easier on the pro since you can set exactly how many tiles you want:
http://www.technodify.com/change-maximum-number-tile-rows-start-screen-windows-8/

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Just wanted to add that the Keyboard (Full/Split everything) supports non-english Unicode Languages as well. In Windows 7, you need to install third party solutions when you want unicode language input. All windows could do was act nothing more than a viewer. Now its miles ahead.
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