WIndows 10 - the Start button

  xania 09:27 05 May 2016
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I understand that Microsoft are once again planning 'a major revision' of the Start button as part of Redstone, the anniversary release of Windows 10. It would be nice if Microsoft were to give a thought to its end users, in particular those less technically inclined, and told us all what changes, why, and how to work with the new look. More porkies on the wing!!

  Govan1x 09:52 05 May 2016

Cant find anything about it can you post where you seen it.

Have to agree W8 and W10 are not for those less technically inclined and Microsoft will always have a conflict of support when it comes implementing newer versions of W10.

The old saying united we stand divided we fall comes to mind. Methinks they need something that keeps everyone happy. At the moment that is lacking.

  bremner 16:04 05 May 2016

Found this Start Menu from late April

  Old Deuteronomy 17:15 05 May 2016

Microsoft are once again planning 'a major revision' of the Start button.

Seems to be overstating it somewhat.

  Forum Editor 19:08 05 May 2016

Transferred to the Windows Help forum from Speakers Corner.

  hssutton 19:48 05 May 2016

If that's the one, I've been using it for at least a week. The only problem I have is forgetting where File Explorer is. In case you don't know it's just above the power icon on the extreme left of the start menu.

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