The start menu is still alive in Windows 8 Release Candidate
Yesterday officially left the Preview Release of Windows 8 and next to it, we got the information that Microsoft was furiously removing legacy code , which contained among other things dear to the Start Menu was removed from the new operating system , so informal methods to enable it on windows 8 is not supposed to serve in the newly released Preview Release.
However, the company apparently did not finish cleaning as three tools are used in this new version. We talked about ViStart , Start8 and Classic Shell , which walk of wonders to bring back the start menu.
Recall that phase remains ahead in the development of Windows 8: Version Ready To Manufacture (RTM), where you may definitely disable the ability to use third party tools to change the user interface. For now, this Preview Release (known as Windows 7 Release Candidate), you still can.
Link: Start Menu apps still work in Windows 8 Preview Release (Neowin)Tags: classic shell, initiation, Microsoft, Release Candidate, RTM, rtm windows 8, Start button, Start Menu, Start8, vistart, windows, Windows 8, windows 8 release candidate