The images below are screenshots from the “Windows Technical Preview Evaluation copy. Build 9841”. For more information on how to download the preview, check my previous write-up.

The preview you’ll be getting your hands on tomorrow is a pre-release aimed for enterprises and tech enthusiasts that are willing to swim against the current, as the pre-release version of the operating system still under heavy development. If you feel that this is not for you, you’ll have to wait until early 2015, when Microsoft will be release the consumer’s preview of Windows 10. As you already know, the new Start menu is a mix from the menu in Windows 7 and the Start screen in Windows 8 and while we also know that you’ll be able to pin modern apps and many other elements. It’s interesting to see how the new Start menu resizes, just like you would with any app:

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