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    The discussion about start menu in Microsoft windows 8.

    Hey guys I am a windows user and recently I used the windows 7. But I haven’t any idea about windows 8. I amazed about the windows start menu? Can I modify the start menu button in windows 8? Please if you know the answer then please share with us…..thanks.

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    Re: The discussion about start menu in Microsoft windows 8.

    Confidently it won't be plane like that in the end. It’s most uninteresting and flat. Chrome is truly nice particularly beside the background that will perhaps not be solid colors but images. Also it just looks more energetic. The four-sided figured flatness worked on the handset for the reason that there is a most of customization but not so greatly here particularly since we should/and maybe will be capable to customize the look of the desktop.

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    It’s not just uninteresting but... where are the applications, the search bar (appear to restore by a menu option), the whole thing helpful?!
    For me, start menu is a crappy. It’s extremely crappy one at that. Look, there are 2 UIs... one for the ((AKA)) the one with the touch screen which is mobile systems and the one will all be familiar with and like ((aka)) keyboard & Mouse environment with Window Explorer, start menu, etc.

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    The 2 UIs are for the whole thing Desktops Tablets, and Laptops. The Metro UI mechanized just as fine with a keyboard and a mouse. The Metro Start computer screen will be there in Laptops and Desktops also. But the usual desktop is also going to be there -- apart from for the Start Menu. The Start Menu has been completely done away with.

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    It's similar to educating a complete fresh language - one that we'll include to converse in the future, sooner or later. For me, the most excellent way to get recognizable with the new boundary(s) is to begin using i-Pad, which is at least, rather similar in idea. 'I am truly a desktop guy, but I'm starting to believe about getting one of that stuff.

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    Yes, I consider I possibly will have to, as well. And it does appear like it's a lot of enjoyable to play around with. Believe maybe I'll start with a used one like eBay after that sort of as a 'toy' to study on.

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    The ability for Customize is vital. Particularly for the alternative who likes a clean, minimal, neutral, or (tasteful) boundary - words that translate as "crappy" or "boring" to others. I love this, connected in the article: Microsoft showcases new rename, copy, move, functions in W8 It looks similar to a genuine development.

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