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Microsoft announced that Windows 8 will be upgraded on April 8th. The best part of that news – the desktop Start Menu.
Ever since Windows 8 first came out, users have had difficulties adjusting and maneuvering their way around the new interface. Thankfully with this update, it might make things a bit easier for some people. But not to fear Windows 8 lovers, if you like the tiled set up, you can keep that too. Other updates included on April 8th
will be changes on the taskbar and the start screen.
To some people it would seem that Microsoft caved to peoples complaints and trashed the new design, but Chris Flores, the Director of Communications, stated that the team is “steadily refining the set of features in both first-party apps and the operating system itself,” and that they were considering customer feedback.
Whether you use the new Start Menu or the old one is up to you, but I will be happy to update my parents’ new laptop… And, hopefully not get so many calls about how “the computer screen is a bunch of squares again!”
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