Old time Windows users are accustomed to the “Start Menu” which gives access to document, programs installed and shut down option. One of the most talked about change in Windows 8 was the disappearance of ‘start menu’. In fact many users were left wondering how to turn off Windows 8.
With time you might get accustomed to the new Windows look but if you still miss the ‘start menu’ and think you must have it, then you must try Start Menu 8 from IObit. It is a free to use tool that puts back the start menu in Windows 8.
Start Menu 8 is easy to use and easy to customize. It brings back the start menu and button both and also gives you the option to skip Metro start screen. You can download Start Menu 8 from this link.