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Windows 9 Threshold looks a lot like Windows 7


Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella Addresses Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference
If you haven't heard, Microsoft's next version of Windows is apparently named "Threshold" and it will be arriving around early 2015. Apparently Microsoft is finally getting the "If it ain't broke, don't fix it" message and is bringing back some old features into the new OS - like the Start menu. Behold the return ...
Source:   Full article at: Jul 1 2014, 12:32am CDT

How to Get Start Button in Windows 8

Source: NDTV

Missing the Start Menu in Windows 8/ 8.1? Here's how you can g ...
Source: NDTV   Full article at: NDTV Jun 27 2014, 2:52am CDT

StartComp Beta (Ms-PL)

Source: Softpedia

A Windows Start Menu helper (rea ...
Source: Softpedia   Full article at: Softpedia Jun 14 2014, 10:29pm CDT

Start Menu won't return to Windows 8.1 until 2015

Source: Neowin

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella Addresses Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference
It now seems highly unlikely that the new, smaller Start Menu will come to Windows 8.1 this year, as well-informed sources say Microsoft has delayed its return until the launch o ...
Source: Neowin   Full article at: Neowin Jun 2 2014, 8:15am CDT

Start Menu Coming to the Bluescreen of Death in Windows?

Source: Windowsit Pro

Spanish Royalty Inaugurate Their Twitter Account
A post to Twitter, designed as a joke, may actually give hints to a much evolved Start Menu for a coming Windows 8.x ...
Source: Windowsit Pro   Full article at: Windowsit Pro May 27 2014, 9:50am CDT

StartMenu 8+ 1.1 (Ad-supported)

Source: Softpedia

Implements the classic Start menu on a Windows 8 or 8.1 computer, enabling you to quickly access frequently used applications and folders (read mor ...
Source: Softpedia   Full article at: Softpedia May 26 2014, 4:08am CDT

MediaStorm Guide to Changing File Names with Automator

Source: Media Storm

Sometimes when organizing assets you may want to add a word or two to a group of files. Fortunately, you don’t need to do this manually as OS X provides powerful built-in automation tools. In the Applications folder, open Automator. When you open Automator, you’ll be presented with several options. Double-click Service. Next, in the right-side panel, under Actions select Files & Folders. Drag Files & Folders action ...
Source: Media Storm   Full article at: Media Storm May 14 2014, 9:00am CDT

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