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Return the Windows 7 style Start menu to Windows 8.
Bring back "Start" menu for Windows 8/8.1 and advanced start menu for Windows XP/Vista/7 and 10.
Enjoy the traditional start menu style of Windows 7 with the power of Microsoft Windows 8.
Personalize your Windows 8/8.1 start and lock screens with your own images and colors.
Put back the Start Menu for Windows 8 or Windows Server 2012.
Bring the start menu back in Windows 8 and work with Windows 8 like you're used too in Windows 7.
Keep your favorite apps, control panel, websites, files and folder one-click away.
Add Start button and start menu to Windows8.
Add a stationary dock to your Windows 8 Start Screen.
Turn off the start screen of Windows Eight and return to the Windows 7 styled Start menu.
Start8 can help you bypass the Windows 8 start screen and go directly to your desktop.
Commentary: The Windows 8 Start screen does offers certain benefits, but the good, old-fashioned Start menu is still the best way to access all your programs and settings.
Several third-party utilities can serve as Start menu replacements for Windows 8 users who aren't as keen on the new Start screen.
It's looking like Microsoft's new "mini" Start menu for Windows 8.x won't be part of Windows 8.1 Update 2 as rumored.
Windows 8.1 has some new features, including bypassing the Start screen at log-in, so you can go straight to the desktop. We'll show you how to enable it.
Remnants of your Windows 8 sync settings remain in the cloud, even if you turn off sync. We'll show you how to delete your personal settings from Microsoft's cloud servers.
The much-rumored Start button may simply lead users back to the Start screen, sources tell The Verge.
Windows 8 apps are limited to running in full-screen mode, but a new program by StarDock allows you to run apps on the desktop like any other desktop program.
Pokki's 500,000 downloads show that many Windows 8 users still want the good old-fashioned Start menu.
You can find administrative tools in Windows 8 by search, but if you prefer to see them as tiles, a quick setting will place them all on the Start screen.