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Software Update: 1:05 start10
After Microsoft Windows 8 start menu hold aanzegde, soon found a variety of free and paid tool gently to let it return. In Windows 10, Microsoft has reduced the start menu itself in a new form. However, those who want the classic look, is still on additional tools preferred. Stardock, a veteran in the field of customizing the appearance of Windows, has released start10 before. The program costs $ 5 and if you already have a license for start8 have is that maybe less. Version 1.05 has just been released and here, among other improvements have been made for use in newer preview builds of Windows 10.
Fixes for insider preview builds or Win10
Fix for the back button in tablet mode
Changes to support WindowBlinds 10 When released
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