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Microsoft is bringing the Start menu back to Windows

Microsoft is responding affirmatively to the desires of customers to see the Start menu back on Windows. PC World reported on April 2, 2014 that the Start menu is coming back to Windows. Microsoft operating system head Terry Myerson recently made the announcement about the return of the Windows Start menu.

  Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella delivers a keynote address during the 2014 Microsoft Build developer conference.
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It is anticipated that at sometime in the future the Start menu will be pushed to all Windows 8.1 users as an update. There are a lot of new mouse friendly features planned for the new Start menu. There will be a bunch of Live Tiles along with the capability to find and install Microsoft's universal Windows apps on the new Windows Start menu.

Microsoft displayed the return of the Start menu at the Microsoft Build conference, reports Business Insider. This is the firms big developers conference which has been taking place in San Francisco this week. The return of the Start menu will offer the best of both worlds from Windows original versions up through Windows 8. This is good news for loyal Microsoft customers who generally feel the firm offers the best business and educational apps in the industry.

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