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Windows 8.1 users can easily move and resize tiles, create and name groups of tiles, change the background image, and pin freshly installed apps on the Start screen.
commentary The software maker is bringing a Start "tip" (think Start button) to Windows 8.1. What the OS really needs is a way to better organize your Start screen tiles.