When Microsoft introduced Windows 8 to the world, it removed perhaps the most familiar part of the Windows user interface: the Start button. In the wake of feedback from users, the company is reversing course on that move in Windows 8.1 and bringing back the Start button in the desktop environment.
Some of Microsoft got used to use windows without start button but most of them made weak comment, so Now Microsoft decided to bring back the start button to Windows 8.1. Some of Tech People Can think day by day all Moving with the higher technology, but people are not ok with this small start button.
Although the new Start button is a small change in function, it represents an acknowledgement from Microsoft that its approach to the radical changes in Windows 8 could have been better handled. The Start screen in Windows 8 technically is the old Start menu, just expanded and enhanced, but losing the icon in desktop mode was clearly unsettling to some users.
Windows 8.1 also brings along a host of other changes, including enhanced search abilities, new sizes for live tiles and a “boot to desktop” option (browse the gallery below for a preview). Microsoft will fully preview it at the company’s BUILD developers conference, and Windows 8 users will be able to download it as a free update before the end of the year.