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#1 ShyWriter

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Posted 09 March 2012 - 03:21 PM

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Microsoft: Windows 8 Start button is still there

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As some of you may know, there's been a bit of a debate surrounding the absence of the traditional Start menu and the Start button in the Windows 8 Consumer Preview. Today, Microsoft has posted up a new entry on its Windows blog site that offers up some tips and tricks with using Windows 8. It also offers up a defense (kind of) for the company getting rid of the previous Start button and menu.

SOURCE: Read complete article at http://www.neowin.ne...-is-still-there

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Posted 09 March 2012 - 07:10 PM

What a piece of junk. Windows will always cause headaches and user frustration as they take the user out of consideration and do everything with a corporate mindset.

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Posted 13 March 2012 - 07:16 PM

I have used the Windows 8 preview and I must say it does not appear to be designed for a desktop at all. More likely it was designed for a touchscreen. The no Start button was a HUGE turn off to me when I went to use it. That and trying to find a way to power down the machine seemed to be a huge mystery for so I cannot image what it will be like for the common user.




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