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Thursday, June 28, 2012

Microsoft Removes "Start Button" In Windows 8 - And Why

Microsoft is on the Verge of releasing there so called "Most Advanced Windows OS Ever" Windows 8. For the past month Microsoft decided that the Start Button was not need anymore. With Windows 8, nothing from windows 7 or any other windows OS will be familiar. Instead Microft is bringing an "Android look". No one is certain of what Microsoft has really planned, or if user will actually like this new layout. But we are certain it will be something different. Microsoft came out to say this.

"We'd seen the trend in Windows 7. When we evolved the taskbar we saw awesome adoption of pinning applications on the taskbar. We are seeing people pin like crazy. And so we saw the Start menu usage dramatically dropping, and that gave us an option..."
"So I'm a desktop user, I pin the browser, Explorer, whatever my apps are. I don't go the Start menu as often. If you're going to the Start screen now, we're going to unlock a whole new set of scenarios, or you can choose not to go there, stay in the desktop, and it's still fast. You can't beat the taskbar."

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