|September 12, 2013|
|Fast way to get to application list in Windows 8?|
|By Dave Taylor|
| Okay, I accept that without a third party add-on I’m never going to see my beloved Start Menu again. I can adjust. But is there at least a simple way to get to my full app or application list from the Start Screen in Win8?
The user experience in Windows when you switch from Windows 7 to Windows 8 is pretty radical. It’s like going from a desktop to, well, a tablet computer, and that’s no accident because the entire interface experience seems to have been designed for touch screens and tablet computrs, not laptops, desktops and devices with mice and trackpads. On a tablet, the Start Screen is definitely easier to work with than the tiny entries of a start menu.
But what about all of us who don’t have a tablet and either don’t have or don’t need to slavishly use our touchscreens if we have mice, trackpads and keyboards available? The answer is mostly “tough luck” from Microsoft. I mean, sure, the 8.1 “preview release” includes a start button, but let’s be clear: all it [...]
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