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Windows 8 Start Menu caught on camera, shows off high-contrast design

Jesse Hicks, @jhicks23
August 31, 2011
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Most anyone who's paid attention knows Windows 8 will feature some fancy tweaks, including a revamped Windows Explorer and new copy, move and rename functions. But now Redmond's given us a blink-and-you'll-miss-it preview of a new Start Menu, in a video about accessing ISO and VHD files in the new OS. We've included a screen capture above -- hit the source link if you'd like to see the full (and admittedly quite dry) video. You'll spot the wily Start Menu about 25 seconds in.

[Thanks, Chris]



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