But remember, as I note in my tip below - a lot of the short-cuts and tips you love in Windows 7 will work fine in Windows 8. Get your mind around thinking of the Modern-UI interface *as* the Start menu. Same thing, just a different graphical presentation that lends itself to supporting a wider diversity of input methods.
This isn't the radical redesign everyone has implied it is. Imagine if they blew up the Start Menu so that when you clicked Start the menu filled the WHOLE screen. Now imagine all of the icons were bigger in the Start Menu. Now imagine that some of them are "live" and can display dynamic details.
That is *it*...
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