Sep 30 2013, 7:45am CDT | by Luigi Lugmayr
Microsoft took away your start button with the introduction of Windows 8. You asked loudly to get it back and now you get it finally back in the Windows 8.1 release on October 17. Microsoft sells now the start button as one of the great things about Windows 8.1. Watch the first Windows 8.1 ad below.
Watch the new Microsoft ad below.
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