05 July, 2014

The Start Menu isn't based off the old Windows 7 Start Menu, Microsoft has gone above and beyond and re-thought the Menu entirely. It will act as both a menu and a screen in Windows 9, with the ability to full-screen the menu to get a similar Start Screen experience. Thurrott then continues by reaffirming what we've already covered, claiming that it will obviously depend on your hardware, whether it be a tablet or not.

If it is a tablet, you'll get the Start Screen. If it's a desktop, you'll get the desktop instead. It's pretty simple.

So to clarifty. Desktop users won't have a Start Screen. They'll have a Start Menu which can be full screened to act like a Start Screen instead. Tablet users do not fear however, because a Start Screen will still be available for you. Hybrid devices like the Surface are expected to act accordingly, depending on whether or not you've got a keyboard connected. More on that in the future.

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