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Start8 Enables Real Start Menu and Start Button to Windows 8 Desktop

Start8 is a free application designed to bring the real “Start Menu” to Windows 8 desktop. The application restores the missing start button (start ORB) to your Windows 8 taskbar and also enables Run and Shutdown option to start button. Start8 is a quite useful application for all who still love the good old desktop feature.

Start8 is very simple to use. Just download and install the application and it’ll restore the start button to Windows 8 desktop. Note that, it brings the Windows 8’s real Start Menu to the desktop and not the class start menu.

Start8 has following features:
  1. It adds a “Start” menu to the Windows 8 taskbar
  2. Enables quick access and searching of your installed applications
  3. It adds Run option via right-click menu
  4. It adds Shutdown option via right-click menu

Interested users can download Start8 from official web page here [via- Techtrickz]


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