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Wednesday, 10 July 2013

Windows 8.1′s Start Button Isn’t A Start Button

Windows 8.1′s Start Button isn’t the Start Button of old. The classic multi-step application launcher is still missing. Windows 8.1′s Start Button is more of a shortcut to the Start Menu — you know, the screen with the little colorful icons.

A right-click on the so-called Start Button pulls up a quick launch menu of shorts. The menu displays a list of administrative tools like Power Options, Event View, Disk Management and Windows Shells. It’s not customizable.

Microsoft essentially installed a shortcut to the Start Menu and called it a button. This does nothing to fix the core issue of Windows 8.



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