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See How You Can Adapt Windows 9's Start Menu to Your Liking

Category: Operating Systems
Posted: 04:52PM

Last month, multiple sources reported that Microsoft plans on unveiling Windows 9 (codename "Threshold") at a preview event on September 30, with a "technology preview" releasing around the same time. While Windows 9 will reportedly blend the best of Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 together, along with a few new features, the best news for many people is the return of a true Start menu. If you don't want to wait until the end of the month to see what Microsoft has in store, German site WinFuture has posted a video demonstrating how the Start menu will work in Windows 9. The nearly-three-minute video shows that the Start menu is now a mix of a traditional application list with Live Tiles; the latter of which can adapt on-the-fly as you drag them about.

If you don't like the Live Tiles, don't fret! WinFuture posted a second video that shows you can fully remove the Live Tiles and just have the traditional list:

Source: WinFuture via The Verge

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