The next Windows 8.1 update might skip the Start screen by default

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Microsoft already gave Windows 8 users the option to boot their machines directly to the desktop, but a future update could make the classic interface standard. According to known leaker WZor , the latest Windows 8.1 test build skips over Microsoft’s tiled interface by default. Of course, those aren’t the only changes — WZor also posted screenshots showing that the OS’ power options (sleep, shut down and restart) have been moved to the Start Screen, and modern UI apps now feature a “minimize” option, lending credibility to rumors that a future update would allow them to be run from the desktop. So that’s what they meant by business friendly . Filed under: Desktops , Laptops , Tablets , Microsoft Comments Via: WinBeta Source: WZor (Russian)

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The next Windows 8.1 update might skip the Start screen by default

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