Monday, March 5, 2012 by Draginol | Discussion: Personal Computing
The lack of a start button and start menu in Windows 8 has made using Microsoft’s new OS a non-starter for me and a lot of other people.
I like Metro, I really do – for tablets. But as a desktop user, I need a consistent work flow that lets me have my windows together on my desktop and don’t want to be jerked out of that environment every time I want to start some new program.
So here’s a free utility we put together that brings the Metro start menu onto the Windows 8 desktop: