Windows 10: Start Menu Will Replace Start Screen in Threshold

  1.    04 Jul 2014 #1

    Not an option, but rather a new thing
    Paul Thurrott

    To date, our understanding of the new Start menu that's coming in "Threshold," the next major Windows release that may or may not be called Windows 9 when it ships next year, is that it would augment the existing Start screen as an option of sorts for desktop users. But here's a surprise: That's not how it's going to work.
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    Looked around and didn't see this exact piece of news in any threads. Lock me if old.

    Imo, I just hope they won't still try to make live tiles down our throats. That's my biggest hunch about the rumored Win8 Update 2 Start Menu.
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       04 Jul 2014 #2

    Looks like Classic Shell or Start8 will still be good to have. I don't want live tiles in the start menu, I don't want live tiles at all.

    Actually I don't care if they bring the Start menu back or not as I'm happy with Start8.
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  3.    07 Jul 2014 #3

    Ztruker, post: 33390, member: 325 said:
    Looks like Classic Shell or Start8 will still be good to have. I don't want live tiles in the start menu, I don't want live tiles at all.

    Actually I don't care if they bring the Start menu back or not as I'm happy with Start8.
    Quite right, I too have no desire for "live tiles" anywhere...
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