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Not fear the public opinion, Microsoft still insist on not t

Postby carljames918 » Sat Mar 31, 2012 9:39 am


After Microsoft released the consumer preview version of Windows 8, the biggest and the most controversial change is remove the familiar user "start" button. This change disrupted many traditional Windows PC users. Now seems that Windows8 PC users will have to continue to look for alternative ways to create an operating system has the "start" button.

The Seattle times points out, according to Nomura report, Microsoft have no plans to add Windows8 atart button in the menu. Nomura said met chief marketing and financial officer Tami Reller from Windows and Microsoft Windows Live this week. According to Reller said, Microsoft won't in Windows 8 eliminate the traditional "start" button this point concessions.

However, Microsoft will provide a tutorial about the keyboard and mouse to show users how to position their new orders in the new operating system. However, a simple tutorial can whether appease many Windows8 users still hope to have "start" button?

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