When Microsoft introduced its new operating system Windows 8 proposal was to achieve a system oriented to touch devices, with big boxes called Live Tiles where the shortcuts are housed and the most relevant information on major programs and applications.
But one of the strong reviews from users are associated with the absence of the start menu, so alternatives were recovered this common element of the previous Windows but with an aesthetic style similar to the Metro UI interface. What is the Start Menu? For a complete listing and even faster access to Windows features and the applications installed.
The program Start Menu Reviver is one of many that were intended to win back an element of the original design in the new Windows 8. Now available version 188.8.131.520 and its new extension allow you to add up to 32 icons for direct access to different functions according to our customization.
The application is designed for Windows 8 programming but is also compatible with Windows 7 in case you want to try it in the previous version of Microsoft system.
Its main advantage is that it has a very high degree of personalization, making our startup list count only those applications and services that we use regularly, having the Metro interface or not.
Start Menu Reviver is available in most languages and installer only weighs 5 MB. It is easy to remove in case their functions are not useful and only a few minutes of practice we can get a very attractive degree of customization to the start menu of our computer.
Want to give a new opportunity to return to Windows 8 Start Menu? Some rumors suggest version 8.1 officially bringing the return of the beloved menu.