For the users of Microsoft’s latest operating system, the removal of window 8 start button turned out to be a hot-button issue. last year. Keeping the customer’s feedback in mind, Microsoft has fastened its belt to release Windows 8.1. The launch is speculated to be scheduled on October 18th with the come back of Start button. The latest operating system update also includes disable hot corners, and optional changes to boot to desktop, whereas the Start button is a permanent feature, which can’t be switched off.

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 The return of the Start button is being highlighted by Microsoft in the new Windows 8.1 advertisement. The latest Windows 8.1 advertisement follows similar pattern as of the “Windows Everywhere” campaign, which was launched back in June. The ad clearly highlights the ability to start up to the desktop (boot to desktop) and click the start button to flip back and forth between the desktop and “Metro” Start Screen. Similarly, it also features a PC and Windows tablet.

Microsoft’s head of marketing, Tami Reller, recently revealed at Intel’s developer forum that the company’s August activations for Windows 8 were the highest so far. He also indicated that now Microsoft has been focusing on school promotions and it’s gearing up to launch new PCs and its own Surface 2 ahead of the school holidays. So, we can say that its gonna be gadget freak holidays for the school goers.

 

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For the users of Microsoft's latest operating system, the removal of window 8 start button turned out to be a hot-button issue. last year. Keeping the customer’s feedback in mind, Microsoft has fastened its belt to release Windows 8.1. The launch is speculated to be scheduled on October 18th...
For the users of Microsoft's latest operating system, the removal of window 8 start button turned out to be a hot-button issue. last year. Keeping the customer’s feedback in mind, Microsoft has fastened its belt to release Windows 8.1. The launch is speculated to be scheduled on October 18th with the come back of Start button. The latest operating system update also includes disable hot corners, and optional changes to boot to desktop, whereas the Start button is a permanent feature, which can’t be switched off. <a href="http://www.grasphub.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/windows8.1.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-2481" alt="windows 8.1 has start button" src="http://www.grasphub.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/windows8.1.jpg" width="800" height="443" /></a> <a href="http://www.theverge.com/2013/4/22/4251610/windows-8-1-start-button"> </a>The return of the Start button is being highlighted by Microsoft in the new Windows 8.1 advertisement. The latest Windows 8.1 advertisement follows similar pattern as of the “Windows Everywhere” campaign, which was launched back in June. The ad clearly highlights the ability to start up to the desktop (boot to desktop) and click the start button to flip back and forth between the desktop and "Metro" Start Screen. Similarly, it also features a PC and Windows tablet. Microsoft's head of marketing, Tami Reller, recently revealed at Intel's developer forum that the company's August activations for Windows 8 were the highest so far. He also indicated that now Microsoft has been focusing on school promotions and it's gearing up to launch new PCs and its own Surface 2 ahead of the school holidays. So, we can say that its gonna be gadget freak holidays for the school goers.