Samsung Creates Its Very Own Windows 8 Start Menu
The entire Samsung Windows 8 product family will come with this app
Although it comes with numerous cosmetic changes, Windows 8 abandoned the old-fashioned “Start Menu” and instead sports what Microsoft calls a “good-looking” Start Screen.Samsung on the other hand plans to develop a so-called S Launcher that will play the role of a “Start Menu” and will be pre-installed on all Windows 8 computers that’ll bear its badge.
Samsung’s “Start Menu” doesn’t look quite eye-appealing, but it still seems to integrate very well into the Windows operating system.
It copies the traditional Start Menu’s design, but will be launched via a toolbar placed at the top of the screen.
The app isn’t yet available for testing, but Samsung will most likely release it for free via its official page after Windows 8’s official debut.
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