Recently, some rumors have suggested that Microsoft is considering including boot-to-desktop option for start screen hater instead of to the Start screen in the upcoming Windows 8.1. And the boot-to-desktop option is "now looking like the plan," according to one of Foley's sources, while the Start menu's resurrection is reportedly being considered.
If the rumors finally are proved to be real, it can be good news for Windows 8 users as one of the biggest complaints about Windows 8 since its launch last October is how the Operation system pushes you to use the Start screen. Many PC users simply want to use the desktop. The ability to boot to the desktop and bypass the Start screen entirely will likely be included in Windows 8.1 a.k.a. Windows Blue.
Even the rumors may not be really, it at least convincing than the boot-to-desktop option because the Start screen is so important for touch-enabled devices. People are all used to using boot-to-desktop option for start screen hater in Windows 7/XP/Vista and even the previous version of Windows operation systems. The big change in Windows 8 not including boot-to-desktop option for start screen hater just make its users uncomfortable and get into trouble.
People are so fond of the boot-to-desktop option for start screen hater the used before, thus there are already apps for Windows 8 that let you boot directly to the desktop, including Pokki, Start8, and Classic Shell. Those apps also give users a Start button replacement that let you open apps and find files through an interface similar to what was found in Windows 7. But even with those apps available, it's important for Microsoft to make these types of changes in the OS itself because this is what many core Windows users want (especially mouse-and-keyboard stalwarts). It seems fair to give these users more choices in Windows.
Whether the rumors are real or not, we really hope that Microsoft can Microsoft to make these types of changes in the OS itself because this is what many core Windows users want (especially mouse-and-keyboard stalwarts). It seems fair to give these users more choices in Windows.
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