After last week we had the opportunity to take a look on a screenshot from Windows Build 9788, an image that showed up the return of the Start Menu, looks that today new screenshots from the actual Build arrived on the web. This time we notice that the Windows Build number is 9795.

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We find out that these images were captured on July 13, and as you can see, even if this Build version isn’t developed completely, the Start Menu with the widgets in Modern UI style are again present. There’s also an information about the fact that this build comes from an FBL_UIP_DEV lab.

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Yet, this new Start menu could arrive as a replacement for that special tiles zone that fills all the screen, a unique design in which Windows 8 manages to differentiate by the 7 version of the desktop operating system developed by Microsoft. Would you like a Start Menu instead the tile screen?

  • oldone

    Being that I use Classic Shell, the tile screen is completely useless for me

  • murray

    Subjectively, opening apps from the tiles feels like they open faster than from the start menu or from being opened from the desktop.