Microsoft is very likely to bring back the Start Menu in the next full Windows version, most likely to be called Windows 9, but it turns out that users actually donít want such a feature in the operating system.
As we told you about a few weeks ago, itís a bit surprising that one of the most requested features in Windows is no longer needed, especially after Microsoft itself admitted that it needs to do something to get closer to users.
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Should Microsoft Bring Back the Start Menu in Windows 9? Many Say No
Bring back the Windows 8 Start Screen? The Start Screen in Windows 8.1 is a masterpiece with its horisontal scroll and simplistic grouping.
The Start Screen in Windows 10 is a mess with the mix of a Windows 7 style Start Menu and the vertical scroll of the tiles.
Would there be any...
How to bring back the old resizable Start Menu See tutorial: http://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/3674-start-menu-enable-disable-resizable-windows-10-a.html
Right click on the Start Button and select "Run"
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