Windows 8.1 And Start Menu Join Hands

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Reunion of Microsoft Windows 8.1 and Start menu is the recent buzz in the cyber world. Windows enthusiasts are eagerly waiting to witness the return of Start menu in the latest Windows 8.1 version, along with other advanced specifications and anti spywares.

The good news is that, the latest version will be available as a free upgrade for ardent Windows 8 users. Both the end-users and businesses had a terrible experience with the previous Windows 8 integration launched in October 2012. Thus with the Windows support and the enhanced features, Microsoft is all determined to regain the lost charm.

Removal of Start button actually created a lot of confusion among users. It is because this feature is an integral part of Microsoft Windows since 1995. As a result, Microsoft Windows had to encounter a drastic decline in Windows 8 sales. They had no other option but to strike the market again by bringing back the favorite features. However, there is a slight clarification that Microsoft would like to address its wide spread clientele.

The revised version is not literally bringing back the Start menu option for users. Yet on the contrary, users get an option to hit the Start button and navigate directly to All Apps view on a Windows 8.1 computer. Along with that, users can straight away boot into the conventional style desktop mode.

Additional features of Windows 8.1

             Windows 8 OS

By getting the latest version of Windows 8.1, you have the fabulous opportunity to access more than twenty various Microsoft Apps and features. This will be inclusive of Internet Explorer 11. Existing Windows 8 users can download the free version of Windows 8.1 directly from Windows store.

The original cost of the basic version of Windows 8.1 will be $119.99 in the US and £75 in the UK, where Windows 8.1 Pro will be priced at $199.99 in the United States and £125 in the UK. Windows 8.1 Pro is loaded with numerous state-of-the-art features aptly built for business class people. Windows support center highlights that both the versions would feature the fastest boot ability, and optimum support for a wide range of applications.

Thus, you can see that Microsoft Windows is all set to claim back the lost glory with the latest and updated features in Windows 8.1. Let us hope that the upgraded version does grab the market share for the tech giant.