The video clearly shows that if you knew how to get around the Windows 7 Start menu, you’ll be able to use without a problem the Start menu for Windows 9.

We can also see that Live Tiles can be pinned to the right side of the menu and it appears that users can add as many rows as they like. Adding new Live Tiles or elements is as easy as right-clicking an app and selecting Pin to Start. Another option worth noting is that even though Windows 9 will detect the type of device and automatically enable the Start menu or Start screen while in touch-enabled devices, Microsoft is also adding a new Start menu tab in the Taskbar and Navigation Properties, where users can easy enable or disable the new Start menu and choose the Start screen — keep in mind that changing this functionality will require to log off and log back in. Also remember that this is a pre-release version of the operating system (Windows Technical Preview build 9834), so things can always change in the final release. So there you have it. That’s the first demo of the Start menu for Windows 9. If you want to see more, check out the Windows 9 with the latest updates with tons of images. Source YouTube All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.