by January 29, 2013 0 comments



5 tools to get the familiar Windows 7 start menu

While upgrading from Windows 7 to Windows 8, there are plenty of users who find it difficult to get accustomed with the new metro user interface. There could be situations where you might want to open some application but the new Windows 8 style UI leaves you wondering about what to do next. So, for those of you who desperately want the Windows 7 style start menu back, the five tools listed below will surely help you out.

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If you go by our word, then Start8 is the pick. It is bound to make your move to the new Windows without compromising productivity.The installation is brisk, and the Setup asks you to choose from the old Windows 7 style Start menu or the new Windows 8 style UI. You can also customize the start button icon from any one of the included icons or choose an image you like. Here goes:

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Customize your Windows 8 background with Decor8

Price: `275

Download Link: http://www.stardock.com/products/decor8

Using Windows 8 is an awesome experience. But, there are some limitations imposed on the user which could prove annoying. One of these is to have more options for customizing the background image. Normally, you would get a few pre-defined color schemes for the same. But Decor8 offers you the freedom of personalizing the start screen background with your own images. Not only this, you can also apply effects to scroll, fade, blur, recolor and add contrast to your background image. Decor8 gives the control to set the number of tiles to be available at the Start screen.

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