Windows 8 Tip – Getting the Start Menu back without an addon

  • Go into desktop and right click on the taskbar.
  • Click Properties
  • Click on the Toolbars tab
  • Click the Desktop box
  • This will give you a clickable menu that will show everything on your desktop and also, control panel, networking, computer, and other things. If you want you can then unlock the taskbar by right clicking on the task bar and click on “lock all taskbars” and drag your new desktop start button to the left. Here is what the menu looks like. This may not be as elegant as the start menu, but its simple and it will probably do the tick for most people. Just remember when you install a program to make a desktop icon. As you see, for games I made a folder to keep things tidy. Enjoy!]]>

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