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Classic Shell 3.9.0 beta
Classic Shell logo (75 pix) The first beta release of Classic Shell 4.0 is released. This open source program can make adjustments to the appearance of Windows Explorer, Internet Explorer, the start and the start menu in Windows 7 and 8. In Windows 8, adding a start button and start menu, and make sure to show. Restart Windows directly to the desktop environment, instead of the Metro interface In version 4.0 include support for Windows Vista lapsed and the Windows 7 skin greatly improved.
Version 3.9.0 beta
This is the first public beta of the new Classic Shell 4. It has a long list of new features:
New “Windows 7” style menu That replicates the look and feel of the Windows 7 Start menu
the programs show in a tree inside the main menu
search results and jump lists show inside the main menu
dedicated shutdown button
the unparalleled customizability’ve come to expect from Classic Shell
You can search for files as well as programs, using the Windows indexing service
The menu can show the most frequently used programs
Programs can be pinned directly from Explorer
New programs are automatically highlighted in the menu
The list of Classic Shell settings can be easily searched to find the setting you need
New more reliable way to start on Windows 8 that does not use a service
Improved compatibility with Windows 8.1 Preview
Many improvements to performance and responsiveness
Note: Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 are no longer supported.Viewing:-224
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