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Let's rub our stomach and pat our head at the same time
The real question is WHY anybody would need to do any of this. If you have many applications installed having to use search is considerably more time consuming and disjointed. And by the way most pros I know use the start menu all the time. Desktop clutter of every program icon is about as stupid as using search to find a program. The simplicity of a simple, inverted tree menu structure is something anybody can easily use so why it's not even an option reflects the arrogance of the developers thinking that they have such a great idea that it should be enforced. Beyond that, with respect to Win8 you just can't fix ugly. Who needs a desktop smart phone? Win7, for more than a few XP, or Linux for us but Win8 failed review very quickly. Hopefully a poor sales experience will force reconsideration, at least with respect to providing an option, of the start menu.