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Posted by on May 31, 2012 in Hardware News |

Microsoft modified the code in Windows 8 to avoid enabling the start menu

Microsoft modified the code in Windows 8 to avoid enabling the start menu

One of the great controversies over 8 is the removal of the Start Menu button , an element that has historically been part of the operating system and whose absence has been a source of trauma to multiple users of the Microsoft. Despite this, just found a way to “informal” to enable , which was hidden in the software code but it was disabled.

But now the company has acknowledged being furiously removing (sic) legacy code, ie old, where he contemplates the beloved home button. This will eliminate the possibility of bringing it back in its original form, which adds to the disappearance of several other elements in the GUI desktop, which have not been specified.

No doubt this will increase the existing critical Windows 8 against , with users resist this change, which specifies the use of Metro for basic very unintuitive.

Link: Microsoft working to kill Windows 8 Start button hacks (Neowin)

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