Various reports surface that Microsoft will allow Windows 8 users to boot directly into the desktop with the next Windows 8 update dubbed Windows Blue.
Microsoft has especially raised some stink with cooperate customers with not including an option in Windows 8 to directly boot into the desktop. The new Metro UI is only fully useful for touch enabled Windows 8 computers. Companies also do not like to have their employees adopt completely new UI. Microsoft is likely fixing this issue in Windows 8.1 aka Windows Blue.
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ZDNet's Mary Jo Foley reports that her source can confirm that Windows Blue will likely boot directly into the desktop if that is what a user wants. Windows Blue is also possibly bringing back the "Start Button."
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Windows Blue is supposed to be released in August.