Settings app found on the Start Menu
and list of programs replaces the old PC Settings app and comes with a search bar.
The new Start Menu
hasn't changed much since Microsoft demonstrated it at Build in April, but the screenshots show a variety of 'Metro-style' apps that are pinned to the menu, alongside traditional applications, report said.
The Windows 8 Start menu
works perfectly as a touch screen interface.
After explaining how to choose the right version of Windows 8 or upgrade from an older version of Windows, they cover how to navigate with the new touchscreen interface (now that the Start menu
is gone for better or worse), and new features including Windows Store apps, file synching between PC and tablet via the cloud, and a free Xbox music streaming service.
The Start menu
itself is absent, but the button is just an alwaysA[degrees]visible way to launch the Start screen.
Left-click the Start Menu
and then click on Control Panels.
Now here's an important trick for longtime Windows users: If you right-click in the lower left corner, you'll see the Simple Start menu
desktop shortcuts, task bar and start menu
can all be accessed through the
These include icons for gambling websites displayed on the desktop screen, links to gambling websites available via the start menu
, and staff informing customers of the existence of the computer for access to gambling websites.
Features include the ability to pin sites to the start menu
so that they can be accessed directly, JumpLists, which allow users to directly access individual pages within a web site which has been designed to make use of the lists and tear-off tabs that allow a user to drag a tab out of the browser so that they can view two or more tabs side by side.
lt;p>Like TweakUI, UWT provides a king's ransom in customization controls, from changing what appears in the Start menu
to optimizing performance by disabling various Windows features (like Aero and Tablet PC).
It is completely customizable, providing numerous options for loading and running applications and viewing the Windows task bar and Start menu