here, by the way. And now a new screenshot has been published on the My Digital Life forums, as noted here, which is reportedly showing the new Start Menu that looks set to return in Windows 9, as opposed to Windows 8.1 Update 2, as was previously rumored. No guarantees whether this screenshot is fake or genuine, but see for yourself: The design of the Start Menu, however, clearly matches with what Microsoft showed off at the 2014 edition of its BUILD developer conference. It mixes traditional elements of Windows 7 with some modern touches of Windows 8 like Live Tiles and other such cues. Right down to the dedicated power options for easier shutting down or rebooting PCs. People in the know are hinting that this Start Menu has been implemented in build 9788, and the software titan decided to delay this important feature until Windows 9 sees daylight in early 2015. Meaning, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 users will not have access to this Start Menu unless they decide to upgrade to the newest version of the operating system.]]>
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