Microsoft maybe remove the "Start" button menu in Windows 8, according to the consumer preview microsoft released earlier this week. Start button. introduced in Windows95, this button is on the left side of the "LiveBar". Start button is one of the main methods used for people to navigate thecomputer settings, applications, files stored, and more.
According to a leaked screenshot from PCbeta, revealing that Microsoft remove the "Start" button. This may be done as part of the Metro-style UI, Microsoft's efforts to create a better user interface on some hardware.
While the Start Button is removed, the core will instead use the "hot corner",according to a report from The Verge. The hot corner, which is activated by either touching or mousing over any of the four corners of the screen, it is said will enable the display start menu style when the operating system is both a desktop and MetroUI mode. Bar Live, which allows you to pin frequently used programs to, will continue to be used in Windows 8, As Updatec.com read read from The Verge.