The Start menu hidden in Windows 8

Windows 8 has landed finally and its innovative interface Modern UI (also known as Metro). Microsoft has not eliminated the traditional interface renamed Desktop and the funny thing is that it does have eliminated traditional Start menu and it will cost a headache to more than one user.

Windows 8

Microsoft wants to offer the traditional interface for legacy applications and as a step towards the use of touch interface, has therefore decided to remove the Start button from the Desktop interface. But we are going to discuss a feature that allows you add Start menu in Windows 8.

On the desktop, the taskbar menu includes a tool that can take the place of the Start menu. We just need to take the mouse to the bottom left and click the right button mouse and have access to multiple functions and even the manager configuration file:

Windows 8

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