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How to use Start Menu 8 v1


Welcome to use Start Menu 8 v1

Start Menu 8 is a free lightweight tool which provides the classic start menu for your Windows 8 system. It introduces an easy way to maintain your previous computer habits.

This guide will help you be familiar with Start Menu 8 quickly Main Interface. win8men



Once you installed Start Menu 8 on your Windows 8 computer, please click the Start button, it will bring back the start menu  immediately.

Right-click Menu



To start the Start Menu 8, you need to know the right-click features provided in Start Menu 8 first.

Righting click on Start button will bring up those options: Settings, Switch to Metro,

Open Windows Explorer, Check for updates, Technical Support, About, What ‘s new, Run…, Power and Exit.

Now you can quickly access Shut down, Restart, Log off, Switch user, Lock, Sleep, or Hibernate by selecting Power on the right-click menu Start Menu 8 Settings Your most wanted features and settings are provided in the settings, where you can specify how Start Menu 8 works and how Start Menu 8 looks like. The detailed explanations for each setting are as follows.

Here you can choose Windows 7 or Windows 8 theme. If Windows 7 theme is selected, Default Theme or Classic Windows7 Theme are provided there. If Default Theme is selected, you can disable or enable start menu transparency by ticking or unticking Disable Transparency. If Windows 8 theme is selected, you can configure the window size by choosing Small, Tall, Wide, Large, or Full Screen.

General Settings


  • Run at Windows startup: Tick the checkbox, Start Menu 8 will be started automatically at Windows startup.
  • Skip Metro screen: Tick the checkbox, the metro screen will be skipped at startup.
  • Disable Metro bottom-left hot corner: Tick the checkbox, the hot corner at the bottom left of screen will be disabled.
  • Disable Metro top-left hot corner: Tick the checkbox, the hot corner at the top left of screen will be disabled.
  • Deactivate Metro sidebar: Tick the checkbox, Metro sidebar will be disabled.
  • Deactivate hotkeys when full-screen task is detected: Tick the checkbox, the hotkeys won’t work if there is any task running in full-screen mode.
  • Left click to open Metro: Tick the checkbox; you can left click the Start button to open Metro.
  • Press Windows key to open Metro: Tick the checkbox, you can use Windows key to switch between desktop and Metro.


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Away to get the start button back in Windows 8


The below information applies to the original release of Windows 8. If you

Update to Windows 8.1 Microsoft has added the Start button that will give you the ability to get to the Start Screen. This doesn’t return the Start Menu, but if you’re ok with the Start Screen and just want the Start button we recommend getting Windows 8.1.


If you have Windows 8.1 or want the Start Menu follow the below steps.

Microsoft is committed to having everyone use the Start screen instead of the Start button and start menu found in previous versions of Windows and therefore has no setting to enable or disable the start button. However, there are a few things that can be done to mimic the Windows Start button. Try one or all of the below suggestions to see what works best for you.


Create a Windows Start Menu Toolbar

The Start Menu can be made into a toolbar, which will allow you access to all the programs you’d normally see in All Programs.

To do this follow the below steps.


  1. Make sure show hidden fileshas been enabled.


  1. Right-click on the Taskbarand click Toolbars and then New toolbar.


  1. Browse to C:\Program Data\Microsoft\Windows and select Start Menu


  1. and choose Select Folder


Once the above steps have been completed you’ll have a new Start Menu folder with all your programs in the Programs folder.






Install a third-party add-on

There are a few different third party tools that can be installed in Windows 8 that will help mimic the Start button and other features you may have enjoyed in previous versions of Windows. Below are our suggestions on what software tools to try.


ViStart 8 – A great free utility to get just the Start menu back almost identical to what was in Windows 7. Also includes the ability to skin and lots of other features.


Classic Shell – Another great free and open source software tool to add the start menu and many other previous Windows features to Windows 8.


Start 8 – Another great tool to add the start button to the Taskbar.


Start Menu 8  – Is a free lightweight tool which provides the classic start menu for you Windows 8 system

It introduces an easy way to maintain your previous computer habits on XP – 7


Tip: If you’re a power user looking for things such as the Command prompt, Computer management, Device Manager, Event Viewer, Control Panel, Windows Explorer, etc. try using the Power user shortcut key ( Windows key + X ) before trying any of the below suggestions.


Foot note

I do not own any of the information on these pages all thank go to those who wrote it.

I myself think its knowledge worth passing on thank you.

Make Windows 8 Look Like Win 7 on Your PC

Make Windows 8 Look Like Win 7 on Your PC

The first thing is Update Windows 8 to Free Windows 8.1 (If You Haven’t Already) around 3.5gig
in size.

Step 1: Make a backup of your personal files by swiping in from the right edge of the screen and choosing Search. Enter the term File History Settings and then click on the results and follow the instructions to perform the backup.

Tip: You’ll need an external drive, like a USB memory drive.

Step 2: Touch or click on the Store tile on the Start page.

Step 3: Choose the free Windows 8.1 Update and select Download. Allow the update to proceed and complete. Then restart the PC and sign in.
Configure the Desktop Startup

Step 1: Launch the Desktop from the Start page by clicking on the tile labeled Desktop.

Step 2: Right-click on the Taskbar.

Tip: The Taskbar is the solid-colored strip below the wallpaper.

Step 3: Choose Properties and then the Navigation tab in the resulting box.

Step 4: Scroll down to the dialog, “When I sign in or close all apps on a screen, go to the Desktop instead of Start,” and check the checkbox. Click on OK.

The next time you restart your computer, the Start tile-based page will be skipped, and you’ll launch into a Windows 7-style desktop instead. Hooray for the Luddites.

Tip: While you’re on the Desktop page, check out the new-in-Windows 8.1 Windows icon in the bottom-left corner. It’s a Start button of sorts, and clicking on it alternates you between the tile-infested Start page and the lovable classic Desktop page.
Launching Into the App Page

Adding insult to injury in the Windows 8 environment, you may have noticed that the Start page — the one with all of the newfangled tiles — doesn’t include all of the apps that you’ve painstakingly searched for and downloaded.

The full listing of apps are in a page called Apps, not Start. You can get to the Apps page by clicking on the new-in-Windows 8.1 Down arrow in the bottom-left corner of the Windows 8.1 Start page if you want to see that page.

Here’s how to launch straight into Apps from Desktop, bypassing Start.

Step 1: Launch the Desktop from the Start page by clicking on the tile labeled Desktop.

Step 2: Right-click on the Taskbar.

Step 3: Choose Properties and then the Navigation tab in the resulting box.

Step 4: Scroll down to the dialog, “Show the Apps view automatically when I go to Start,” and check the checkbox. Click on OK.

The next time you click on the Windows icon in the bottom left corner of the Desktop, you’ll go to Apps instead of Start.
Thats it it looks window 7.

Kmart Letter


   To  ????????

Dear ????????

 During the preceding 6 months our security staff has been monitoring your fella’s activities while in our store.

        The list below details his offences, all of which have been verified by our surveillance cameras and we have  copies on tape.

        We have repeatedly given your fellar verbal warnings while he is in this store and he has subsequently ignored

  1. He replied to these warning with rudeness and the response “while the misses shops here I will come here too”. We

        are therefore forced to ban you, your fellar and your family from this store.

        The following list details your fella’s activates in this store over the past six months.

June 15: Took 24 boxes of condoms and randomly put them in people’s carts when they weren’t looking.

July 2: Set all the alarm clocks in House wares to go off at 5-minute intervals.

July 7: Made a trail of tomato juice on the floor leading to the rest rooms.

July 19: Walked up to an employee and told her in an official tone, ‘Code 3’ in the electrical department and watched what happened.

August 4: Went to the Lay-by counter and asked to put a bag of M&M’s on lay-buy.

September 14: Moved a ‘Caution – WET FLOOR’ sign to a carpeted area.

September 15: Set up a tent in the camping department and told other shoppers he’d invite them in if they’ll bring pillows.

September 23: If any staff offers him assistance he begins to cry and asks Loudly, “Why can’t you people just leave me alone?”

October 4: Looked right into the security camera; used it as a mirror, and picked his nose.

November 10: While in the pet food department, asked the clerk if he knows where the antidepressants are.

December 3: Darted around the store suspiciously loudly humming the “Mission Impossible” theme.

December 6: In the auto department, practiced his “Madonna Look” using different size funnels.

December 18: Hide in a clothing rack and when people browse through, yelled “PICK ME!” “PICK ME!”

December 21: When an announcement came over the loud speaker, he assumes the fetal position and screams “NO!

             NO! It’s those voices again!”

December 23: Went in the fitting room, shut the door and waited a while; then yelled, very loudly, “There is no paper in here!

John F. Walker

Store Manager

Kmart store 4855