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Windows 8.1 Start Screen vs. Windows 10 Start Menu
After nearly two years of controversy, Microsoft has finally decided to bring back the Start menu in Windows 10, trying to address complaints received after the removal of this traditional feature from the Windows 8 modern operating system.
Surprisingly, however, after months of accusing Microsoft of ignoring users’ requests, some people don’t want the Start menu anymore and actually want the company to offer the Start screen as a default feature in Windows 10.
Obviously, each of these two features comes with its very own set of features, so it’s easy to see why some want the Start menu and others prefer the Start screen.
Windows 8.1 doesn’t have a Start menu and only offers users the Start screen, so assuming that everyone upgrades to Windows 10 when it becomes available, there’s going to be one big dilemma when trying to choose between the two.