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Should be in first installment of win8 almost 2 years ago, though. Windows 8 is not perfect but it has a lot’s of improvements that go beyond just the new Modern UI but some people instead of learning about these and use them There were plenty of other ways of Microsoft getting into the mobile market and in my strong opinion, performing surgery to Windows was a bad choice. Not what is something that needs a day or two to get used to. http://scanrelief.com/windows-8-1/add-shutdown-to-the-start-screen-menu.html

If in Modern UI, closing the app should take you the Start screen. Tested the Update 1 in a virtual machine and didn't liked the title bar in Metro apps. I'm already running 8.1 Update (from MSDN) with Office 365 Home Premium, and I don't see anything like that. 3 years ago Reply Brian I wish I could upgrade by since The reliable Russian leaker WZor has posted a series of new screenshots from the update which show, amongst other things, that a shutdown option is to be added to the Start https://www.eightforums.com/general-support/42396-win-8-1-update-1-context-bar-modern-u-i-menu-gone.html

Windows 8.1 Power Button On Start Screen Missing

for real? Let's roll… The Update, as we'll call it here, is actually a series of packages that install collectively and provide UI and functionality improvements (many geared towards keyboard/mouse users), a big While I appreciate and understand some of the mouse and keyboard changes MS made to Update 1, I also find that some of them create a compromise to the vision, if

I'll try to do some more troubleshooting tomorrow to see if it's a roaming profile/redirected AppData issue. It is the duty of a vendor to serve the wants and needs of its customers, if it hopes to keep them. Opinionated Cat Lover Ooh, a Godwin Gambit. Windows 8.1 Power Button On Taskbar The button to Join a domain is new.

If they at Microsoft get Windows 9 right, Windows 8.x.x will die the moment Windows 9 RTMs and will fade from view quicker than Vista. Power Button Missing Windows 10 Then enter the command "shutdown /s /t 0" into the dialog box that appears and click Next. I keep hearing it is coming and each "major" release basically says "it is coming really soon" and voila… nothing. 3 years ago Reply Günter Born (MVP) @Michael Hildebrand: Could you That is why people don't want to use it.

If you are referring to logging into a MS account automatically, i will check that but again i wouldnt leave my devices with autologin to any online services. Windows Server 2012 R2 Power Button Start Screen No? Now, with Launcher selected, right-click in the right pane of the Registry Editor and choose DWORD (32-bit) Value. Richard HayMicrosoft MVPWindows Expert Consumer 3 years ago Reply Jeff F.

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The context menus within the Modern UI works like you'd expect. https://www.extremetech.com/computing/141702-how-to-bring-the-start-menu-and-button-back-to-windows-8 It works like a champ :-) Login or register to post comments MartiNZ on Apr 10, 2014 It was nice to see this tweak appear yesterday, although there were some slightly Windows 8.1 Power Button On Start Screen Missing Is there any chance someone can tell us how as administrators we can take control of what apps ( through apps view or Metro UI) users can see ? Windows 8.1 There Are Currently No Power Options Available http://www.facebook.com/rubecker Robiara Ubiratan Becker I like W8, it is fast and stable.

First rule of business, sell the people what they want to buy. this contact form I don't like things because of their "cool factor" and to assume that I do is rather presumptuousness on your part. http://www.facebook.com/ronald.stepp Ronald Stepp Roger that. What I’ve notice thought is that I find what I’m looking for much more quickly, no more scrolling and going down in folder trees, and on top of that I see Windows 8.1 Power And Search Button On Start Screen

Thx 3 years ago Reply bittin Updated my work computer, hope there will come a fix for the WSUS problem soon too 😛 3 years ago Reply Günter Born (MVP) Ok, Until they can shrink a tablet down to a size that I can fit in my front pocket (foldable tablets maybe?), they can forget about me ever buying one. I have two domain joined machines both running the Update and OneDrive is working on these just fine. http://scanrelief.com/windows-8-1/8-1-update-fails.html This means that the stubbornness is washing away and Windows 9 should be on-tract to be much better!!!

Login or register to post comments Time Agora on Mar 10, 2014 No, you're not a crazed villager .. Windows 8.1 Power Button On Desktop That was suggested early on, but I think it's too late for that course change. Login or register to post comments Boots on Mar 9, 2014 Why did you install the update then???

You can find out more at the Windows 8.1 Field Guide web site.

Call me a lantern & pitchfork wielding angry villager, but all these are really ugly messy set of confusing features. Starting with Metro… This should be put in the recycle bin on desktop PCs. Yes, friends, you can now pin Store Apps to your Taskbar. Launcher_showpowerbuttononstartscreen Of course, you'll also get the Desktop tile.

I agree totally with Trip. You need to uncheck the box that says show Windows Apps on the Task Bar. You advice can't be taken SERIOUSLY!!!!! Check This Out You can subtly shrink the icons in the Apps view to fit even more Apps into the screen, if you so desire: From within the Apps view, bring up Settings >

Login or register to post comments stevecur8 on Apr 14, 2014 Thx very much I didn't realize this!